As more digital solutions are launched and demands from employees increase, more organizations are investing in building a healthy and resilient workforce. To gain a better understanding on the role of digital technology in supporting employees’ mental health and resilience, we recently interviewed several experts in this area for their insights.
Ko Kēkiki Brassey, Anna Günpong, Karina Isaak me Tobias Silberzahn (McTaitemi > Kamupene)
Our platform uses conversational AI to provide end-to-end support to clinicians and patients at different points in their treatment pathway, from referral through to post-recovery, all while collecting data that is forwarded on to clinicians to help them construct a clinical profile. Ultimately, this can mean increased clinical efficiencies, reduced patient wait times and improved patient outcomes..
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I āwhina a DrTeTe Popert o te kāinga pūhoi o St Iahī ki te whakawhanake i te Ngahere Haumaruru - he taupānga i hoahoatia hei whakapai ake i te kounga o te ora mō ngā tāngata mate pākaha - mā te āwhina i a rātau ki te whakahaere i te mamae me te kore hiahia ki te rongoā whakamate.
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I roto i te Kōrerorero me Pirihoa Nick Kaiv: Hauora Hinengaro Mamati i te Pūnaha Rongoā o Ahitereiria
In episode 3 of eMHprac’s Digital Mental Health Musings series, Professor Nick Titov, Department of Psychology at Macquarie University, Australia discusses his work in digital mental health and digital mental health in the Australian Healthcare system.