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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……
The demand for, and supply of, eMental Health tools has seen steady growth over the years for good reasons. Their routine use can make preventative interventions more accessible, decrease barriers to evidence-based treatments, extend the scope and capabilities of the mental health service provider workforce and transfigure the employee mental health and wellbeing outcomes of enlightened organizations.
Kids Help Phone’s Indigenous Advisory Council has challenged Kids Help Phone to achieve seven ambitious goals through the implementation of Finding Hope: Kids Help Phone’s Action Plan for Supporting First Nations, Inuit and Métis Young People. The goals of their…
Poor mental health takes a heavy toll on individuals and businesses. New digital solutions can help employers provide personalized support and make well-being a strategic focus for their organization. More than half of the populations of middle- and high-income countries are…
Internet-delivered interventions can be effective in treating mental disorders. However, their rate of use in German psychiatric inpatient routine care is low. The current study aimed to investigate the attitude of mental health care professionals working in inpatient care regarding…
Higher healthcare demands follow on from the impacts of COVID and already stretched mental health services commonly share feeling even more strain than usual with an increase in people looking to access mental health services. This has led organisations to…
The American Board of Telehealth has opened registration for its new self-paced, online behavioral telehealth certification program.   In response to growing behavioral health needs during the pandemic, the ABT developed this curriculum to give mental health professionals the tools…
In this plenary lecture, Professor Pierre Michel Llorca (France) offers his perspectives on digital technology use in psychiatry thus far, the potential barriers to adoption and the ways that such technology might offer value for psychiatrists and patients in the…
 16-April-2021  Articles   ​​​​​​​   With over 300,000 digital health apps available in the various apps stores, how is anyone supposed to know which ones can be trusted to deliver safe and effective care to support patients in their disease journey?…
This editorial is part of the Lancet Psychiatry's latest issue published in April 2021. The article discusses challenges to implementing new digital tools into existing clinical infrastructures; in particular how to overcome systemic inequalities by ensuring equitable access to digital solutions, and how…

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