Published: January 15, 2021

A group of international researchers lead by the Department of Pediatrics, Center for Biomedical Ethics, School of Medicine of Stanford University published a research article about ‘Ethics of Digital Mental Health During COVID-19: Crisis and Opportunities’.

The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated the adoption and implementation of digital mental health tools (videoconferencing, e-mental health apps). This paper looks at key areas for an ethical path forward in this digital mental health revolution: privacy, data protection, safety, accountability, access and fairness.

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