Innovation & Strategies for Digital Interventions in Mental Health
31st July - 2nd August 2017
Westminster, London, England
TITLE INNOVATION & STRATEGIES FOR DIGITAL INTERVENTIONS IN MENTAL HEALTH
WHEN 31st July - 2nd August 2017
WHERE Dean's Yard, Westminster School, Central London, England
REGISTRATION Free of charge. Total attendance is limited to approximately 80 delegates.
AIMS The overall aim is to combine psychiatry, digital technology and culture to bring innovative positive change for those seeking mental health support. Our key objectives include:
- to explore how digital technology data (e.g., social media sites) can be implemented into personalised and/or group mental health interventions; and
- to promote digital equality and develop culturally-sensitive ways to bring innovation directly to disadvantaged groups, including the homeless, inner city gang members, prisoners/young offenders, refugees, victims of violence, perinatal mental health, low resource areas and more.
OUTCOMES Details coming soon here
SPEAKERS & CONTRIBUTORS More information can be found here.
AGENDA A brief overview of events can be found here.
FULL PROGRAMME In draft form and will be online soon. In brief...
DAY 1 Registration / Opening Remarks / Keynote Lecture by / Social Event at The Hospital Club, Covent Garden
DAY 2 Lectures
- The Digital Psychiatrist Chaired by Editor, Dr Niall Boyce; The Lancet Psychiatry
- Global Digital Mental Health, Society and Culture Chaired by Professor Vikram Patel; Harvard University, USA
- Technology & Methodologies Chaired by Dr David Stillwell; Cambridge University, UK
- Ethics, Policy and the Public Sphere Chaired by News Editor, Matthew Shaw; BBC, UK
DAY 3 Workshops
In addition to these themes we will have 5 parallel running Workshops in which attendees can choose a subset to attend to encourage mixing of groups and interactions. Each workshop will ensure that attendees learn something about psychiatry, digital technology/methodologies, and various forms of culture. These workshops include:
- Beyond The Bullets: How do Chicago gang networks communicate violence and trauma using Twitter?
- The Digital Psychiatrist: We explore the capabilities and limitations of new technological approaches for patient interaction
- Prison Transition Tools: how can digital technology supplement the reform process for prisoners both inside and outside of prison settings?
- Views From The Street: This Data Donation Project will offer the chance to analyse and interpret digital photographs taken by homeless people, which document their environments, daily experiences, thoughts and feelings.
- What is Social Media?: Here we explore the latest trends and success stories of those successfully applying these tools
DAY 3 Q&A Session / Closing Remarks
This session will be streamed live from the UK (3pm) reaching out to people from India to California. We will combine knowledge exchanged derived from the Lectures and Workshops and we will also involve the public in this discussion. The intended digital audience is aimed to excede 1 million+ people.
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