re-watch our Global Webinar Series
eMHIC’s global webinars offer a unique opportunity to learn from a range of international experts including government officials, product developers, researchers, thought leaders and people with lived experience.
Watch the below past webinar recordings to learn from those in the know and get inspired!
December 07 NZST, 2023
In this webinar, researchers from VIRTU Research Group in Denmark discuss how virtual reality is a cutting-edge mental health treatment tool that has the potential to significantly advance non-pharmacological treatment of severe mental disorders producing real-life benefits for patients. Key in the webinar is a service-user account of the transformative potential of VR interventions in treating psychotic symptoms.
October 26 NZST, 2023
In this webinar, experts from Canada and New Zealand discuss how investment in mental health literacy programmes, particularly for remote, diverse and rural communities, has significant potential to improve the mental wellbeing of communities at large, and how technology and collaboration are playing key roles in unlocking the potential impact of these strategies on our priority populations.
August 28 NZST, 2023
In this webinar, experts from Sweden discuss tackling the escalating numbers of people fleeing war, violence, and persecution. They delve into the extensive mental health challenges faced by these individuals and explore ways to provide crucial digital mental health support to refugees, migrants, and marginalized groups.
July 31 NZST, 2023
In this webinar, experts from Singapore, Australia, India, and New Zealand discuss how to ensure digital mental health tools can inspire user trust, promote positive mental health outcomes, and prevent adverse effects.
July 03 NZST, 2023
In this thought-provoking webinar, experts in the field of mental health from across diverse disciplines meet to explore the potential impact of game-changing technologies on the delivery of mental healthcare.
June 07 NZST, 2023
The 2022 Digital Mental Health International Congress fostered collaboration between countries to transform mental healthcare and bring the digital mental health ecosystem to life, and we’re thrilled to share the progress made in achieving this goal.
April 13 NZST, 2023
In this webinar, esteemed experts from around the world shared valuable insights gleaned from their respective jurisdictions. They discussed the approaches that have yielded improved mental health outcomes for their populations, shedding light on effective strategies that could potentially be adopted elsewhere.
March 27 NZDT, 2023
In this webinar, experts from England, Australia and New Zealand discuss how digital technology can support global efforts to eliminate mental health-related discrimination, and remove self-stigma.
September 27 EDT, 2022
e-mental health can be one of the solutions to ensure Canadians are receiving timely, equitable, cost-effective and quality care. This webinar will discuss a newly designed Assessment Framework for Mental Health Apps that establishes standards for mental health apps at a national level.
Stepping Into Disruption: A Paradigm Shift
June 23, 2022
We cannot continue to deliver mental health care in the same way and expect to have improved outcomes. A paradigm shift is needed to disrupt the status quo. Implementing a stepped care model, one that leverages technology, can improve both access and quality of care.
The Role of AI in Mental Health – Potential Solution for Wicked Problems?
February 17, 2022
In this inaugural eMHIC Special Interest Group webinar, experts from Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the USA discussed how AI can be leveraged to offer solutions for some of what Rittel and Webber originally referred to as Wicked Problems.
The Power of Listening – Phone & Text Helpline International Perspectives
October 22, 2021
In this webinar, international phone and text helpline service leaders shared how their services are able to play a central role in supporting people experiencing various degrees of mental ill health or addiction.