Health PEI collaborates with the Mental Health Commission of Canada, Stepped Care Solutions, and Memorial University to improve access to mental health and addictions services with Stepped Care 2.0
Researchers at the Auckland New Zealand Bioengineering Institute have received over $4 million to investigate how Soul Machines Digital People could be used in monitoring people’s health and providing support in managing conditions.
In 2021, the World Economic Forum in collaboration with Deloitte produced the Global Governance Toolkit for Digital Mental Health. This white paper seeks to revisit the space and understand what has changed, what has been learned, and what is still to be done to build a regulatory environment where disruptive …
Children and teenagers affected by the conflict in Ukraine are to be given a helping hand thanks to a computer game designed to help them deal with the things they have experienced in a war zone.
To address the overwhelming need for mental health services in the UK, we need trained therapists available to deliver appropriate care at the right time. The trouble is, we’re facing a shortage. One way to treat the gap is through the innovative use of technology.
An unprecedented convergence of mental health experts from ten countries representing government, healthcare organisations, researchers, people with lived experience and product developers is taking place in Auckland, New Zealand at the 8th Annual eMental Health International Congress on 10 to 11 November 2022. Who are these experts and what …
Society has traditionally excluded people with a disability to its detriment. This article discusses the role of technology in creating an inclusive, safe, supportive and caring world for people with a disability. It is time to shine a spotlight on the power of technology to connect people, to disrupt systems, …
Ember Innovations is a small team with a big mission; we believe in the power of innovation to radically change the mental health and wellbeing landscape, and are committed to collaboratively increasing the range of highly effective and accessible solutions.
Using virtual reality for entertainment isn’t out of the ordinary. If you’ve ever strapped on a pair of 3-D goggles, you’re likely familiar with how immersive the experience is. But virtual reality isn’t just for fun and games: It’s becoming an increasingly popular modality for mental health care.
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Victoria is CEO of Mental Health Innovations, the charity behind SHOUT, the UK’s first 24/7 crisis text service. From 2011 to 2017, she was Director of Programmes at The Royal Foundation, building a portfolio of projects including the Invictus Games, Coach Core, United for Wildlife and Heads Together.