Andrew MacKenzie is a director in the Centre for Surveillance and Applied Research at the Public Health Agency of Canada. Andrew's portfolio of surveillance activities include positive mental health, suicide, family violence, injuries and physical activity. Prior to joining the Public Health Agency in early 2018, Andrew spent 18 years managing health and disability surveys at Canada's national statistical agency.
Michael’s spent 5 years designing and delivering various frontline programmes for the national mental health charity Mind. Specialising in prevention and mental resilience, he co-created the UK’s biggest peer-led resilience programme, established the Employee Champions professional network for the 'Time to Change' national mental health campaign and was a co-designer of Minds 'Whole School Approach' to Mental Health National Strategy for England & Wales.
Faith Matcham is a post-doctoral research associate at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London. She manages the major depressive disorder work package of the Remote Assessment of Disease and Relapse-Central Nervous System (RADAR-CNS) study, coordinating an international multi-centre prospective cohort study examining the use of digital technology to measure symptoms and predict relapse in people with depression.
Raphaël is a social tech entrepreneur at the convergence of the blockchain and impact sectors. He is the CEO of Alice, a startup that leverages decentralised finance to bring transparency to social and environmental ventures. Prior to Alice, he worked for 10 years in advocacy, first as a corporate consultant in Europe and Latin America, before founding his first digital campaigning startup. Raphaël is French and British, and currently living in London.
Glenn is an Associate Professor and practising clinical psychologist at the School of Psychology, Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia and an honorary Associate Professor at the University of Warwick, UK. His research focuses on developing and evaluating novel suicide prevention strategies and treatments for youth depression that range from exercise to brain stimulation.
I am a digital health researcher that also has extensive technical and engineering management experience in the digital health landscape. My research interests are in the broader areas of software engineering, and in particular, model-driven engineering as it applies to health information systems engineering. I am particularly interested in how clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) can be formalized and supported in health information systems using model-driven engineering methods.