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eMHIC are excited to partner with Wysa Chief Psychologiva Smriti Joshi in further development of the Ethics and Law in eMental Health Position Statement.
This article critically examines how technology-mediated forms of mental health care might amplify historical injustices, and erase minoritized experiences and expressions of mental distress and illness. The article dissects the impacts of colonization, and makes recommendations for more equitable futures.
This paper highlights the opportunity to increase the relevance of digital mental health technology to users by incorporating recommender systems that suggest personalised content based on an individual’s data exhaust.
In this interview, Peter Hames, CEO of Big Health, discusses the future of behavioral health and wellness.
About the Webinar   The sports ecosystem is a catalytic testing ground for e-mental health strategies that need to deliver under pressure. Sport has always been perceived as healthy, but like all other contexts it often fails to take care…
This factsheet is designed for Health Practitioners new to using digital mental health resources with their clients or patients. ‘Health Practitioners’ can include GPs and other Medical Specialists, Psychologists, Counsellors, Social Workers, OTs, Physiotherapists, Nurse, Pharmacists, Guidance Officers, Peer Support……
Introducing Unmind   "Unmind is a workplace, digital, mental health platform with tools to help users track, maintain, and improve their mental health and well-being (MHWB). Psychological measurement plays a key role on this platform, providing users with insights on…
Headspace Health, the provider of the world’s most accessible, comprehensive digital mental health platform, today announced the acquisition of Sayana, an AI-driven mental health and wellness company. Sayana will expand Headspace Health’s ability to provide personalized self-care content to its growing global member base.
Source: Te Hiringa Hauora (Health Promotion Agency, New Zealand) "There is a huge amount of mental health information available on apps and the internet. Research suggests that some people like using these online tools as they can help remove barriers…
The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care have recently released a comprehensive guide for service providers, accompanying their 2020 release of the National Safety and Quality Digital Mental Health Standards. This Guide explains each action discussed in the NSQDMH Standards in step-by-step detail, as well as their intention behind each action. The guide for service providers includes key tasks to help service providers meet the actions, together with examples of evidence a service can use to show how they are implementing the Standards. The Guide also features reflective questions to help services evaluate how they are currently meeting the Standards and lists useful resources for further information and support.

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