Special Interest Group
Ethics and Law
E-mental health initiatives are extremely varied and wide-ranging, with new innovation and adaptation occurring at pace. Diverse and constantly evolving technologies bring an equally diverse set of ethical and legal issues which demand novel ethico-legal considerations.
The Law and Ethics of eMental Health Special Interest Group draws together both health and law experts to champion this emerging and important conversation, and to cultivate tangible outputs that will guide future strategy and implementation in this space.
Join The Conversation
With collaboration at the heart of what we do, we encourage open discussion from our community, and invite all eMHIC members to ask questions, share their knowledge or pose their thoughts on all eMental Health topics.
We have a dedicated forum for discussing Ethics and Law in eMental Health where you can browse topics of conversation or start your own topic.
eMHIC's work on Ethics and Law
Authors: Piers Gooding and Richman Wee (in discussion with the eMHIC Board and collaborators)*