Technology for Wellbeing
ReachOut Ireland and Mental Health Reform are coming together to host the fifth annual Technology for Wellbeing International Conference on Thursday, 16 November 2017.
The Technology for Wellbeing Conference draws together a mix of service providers, policy makers, health managers, the technology sector, researchers, media, students and interested members of the public.
When and where
This year, the Technology for Wellbeing Conference will take place on Thursday, 16 November 2017 at The National Gallery, Merrion Square, Dublin 2.
Who will be attending
The conference draws together a mix of service providers, policy makers, health managers, the technology sector, researchers, media, students and interested members of the public.
The conference is being produced as part of the eMEN project, a six country European Union project funded by the Interreg North West Europe. Mental Health Reform is the sole Irish partner in eMEN.
The eMEN project seeks to greatly accelerate the eMental Health sector across Europe through showcasing products and organisations and formulating policies to meet the growing need of service users and service providers for technology to support mental health care in a rapidly changing world. Visit Mental Health Reform for more details on this project.
Selected conference topics:
- Innovation in technology and mental health
- Social media and mental health
- Suicide prevention and the internet
- Mental health promotion / public messaging online
- National policy in technology and mental health
- Good practice in the safe delivery of online mental health services
- Crisis response protocols
- Technology, cybersafety and young people
- Youth participation and engagement with online interventions.
More details to follow
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