Collaboration and Partnerships

eMHIC's 'Free Student Membership' initiative will be used to host students from the University of Otago enrolled in the Postgraduate Diploma in Digital Health. Students will gain access to the full suite of eMHIC membership benefits, and use the online Discussion Forums as part of their coursework.
eMHIC are excited to partner with Wysa Chief Psychologiva Smriti Joshi in further development of the Ethics and Law in eMental Health Position Statement.
Meditation app Headspace is set to merge with digital mental health company Ginger Health under the combined entity Headspace Health. The terms of the deal were not disclosed.    The pair plan to merge their products into one platform that…
The New Zealand Ministry of Health in June 2021 announced its membership with the eMental Health International Collaborative (eMHIC). On this front, the Ministry of Health has made a concerted effort over the years to deliver digital mental health to New Zealanders…
Fran Silvestri from The International Initiative for Mental Health Leadership (IIMHL) and International Initiative for Disability Leadership (IIDL) discussed three key ways that mental health technology is advancing to improve healthcare.
Robyn Shearer on the importance of frameworks and collaboration. ... Join eMHIC to read more... Our Knowledge Bank is available to eMHIC Members, and filled with exclusive articles on thought provoking and ground breaking subject matters. We are continually updating…

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