Technology for Wellbeing 2015
ReachOut Ireland hosted the third annual Technology for Wellbeing International Conference on Thursday, 12 November, in The Marker Hotel, Dublin.
This was the running order and presentations for the day.
MC for the conference, Conall O Móráin
9.30 – 9.45 am
Welcome address: Ms Elaine Geraghty, CEO, ReachOut Ireland
9.45 – 11.00 am Plenary session 1
- Dr John Dinsmore, Deputy Director, Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation, Trinity College Dublin
“Making the most of digital opportunities”
- Prof Gavin Doherty, School of Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin
“A randomised controlled trial of the e-health intervention platform Silvercloud“
- Marie Clarke, Galvanic Ltd.
“How technology can help you learn to better manage stress” (5.8 MB .pdf)
>>Watch Marie’s presentation
11.30 – 12 pm Report launch
“Reaching out in college: Help-seeking at third level in Ireland” (848 KB .pdf)
- Launch by Mr. Gerry Raleigh, Director, National Office for Suicide Prevention, Health Service Executive.
>>Watch Gerry’s speech
- Presentation by Gillian Karwig and Derek Chambers, ReachOut Ireland.
>>Watch Gillian’s presentation
Report by ReachOut Ireland in collaboration with the Irish Association of University and College Counsellors and the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention
12 – 1.00 pm Plenary session 2
- Colman Noctor, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist, St. Patrick’s Hospital
“Wellbeing and our relationship with technology”
- Ronan Costello, Twitter Public Policy, EMEA
1.45 – 3.15 Parallel sessions x 3
- Parallel sessions include 12 presentations from a mix of academics and service providers reporting on different aspects of innovation, evaluation and emerging approaches to service delivery.
3.30 – 4.30 Panel discussion
- Is there still a digital disconnect?
Tom Murphy, Boards.ie / Kevin Donoghue, USI, Colman Noctor, Dr David Coyle, Computer Science, UCD, Naoise Kavanagh, ReachOut Ireland, Oisin Scollard, Founder and CEO, Turn2me.org (discussant)