My Take (#1) on Becky Inkster’s Digital Innovation in Mental Health Conference: Beware of Impatient Money’s Potential to Harm DMH’s Trust
Back on July 17–18, I was priveleged to be a part of the Digital Innovation in Mental Health Conference in London, UK. This gathering of stellar digital mental health (dmh) colleagues spanning research, policy, provider orgs, public health and business. It was also cool to see representation from the UK, EU, Australia, Africa, China, Europe, India, North America, Singapore […]
As part of unpacking digital mental health subcategories, let’s look at telepsych. Here we have the delivery of psych services via a range of digital channels spanning from low bandwidth (SMS/chat/messaging) to broadband (video/tele) connections. Note we use this term for applications where professional treaters are connected to clients to administer formal psycho- & pharmaco-therapies. This category is among the […]
A Digital Mental Health Map Insight: MentalTech Development Cool; Adoption & Use Even Cooler (& Harder)!
Now further elaborating on insights and hunches which have occurred to me in my research, here is a third that occurred to me. Take a read and let me know what you think. Education & prevention solutions are relatively easy; treatment & recovery solutions are harder; persistent long-term use for outcomes is the hardest. Because of […]
Ok, so picking up on where I left off with my post on the Digital Mental Health Map last week, I am taking time here to reflect on some insights which occur to me as I think about, and curate in regard to, these cubular dimensions. Here is one of at least 3 that is, […]