Since April 28th patients of the Dutch psychotrauma center ARQ Centrum'45 have gained digital access to their healthcare information. A pioneering event, as they are one of the first healthcare facilities to do so in the Dutch mental health sector. The patient’s information is made available through a self-selected online personal health environment (PHE) and ARQ’s patient portal Quli. Patients can retrieve, view, manage and share their information with whomever they want. This gives them more control over their own treatment and recovery, which can lead to a faster and better treatment result.
Hobbe Jan Hiemstra new project leader of eMen project
Between May 2016 and May 2020 the 10 eMEN partners from 6 EU partner countries in North-West-Europe have successfully cooperated in order to promote the implementation of e-mental health technology.
e-Mental Health Center – Using VR to make mental healthcare accessible
March 6th 2020 The 6th eMen event will be held in Paris at the ministery of Solidarity and Health. Theme of the event is "Training of Stakeholders and Evaluation of Tools"
In the past decades, science has developed a better understanding of the causes for mental disorders. In general, mental health problems are related to complex interactions between societal (e.g.
Download now the presentations of the eMen seminar "eMental Health: The Next Big Thing in Psychological Practice" 9th october Dublin.
Download now the eMEN Autumn newsletter, updating you on our progress and achievements across Europe in e-mental health technologies.
September 6th 2018 het seminar Trends and technological developments of apps in mental healthcare in Geel (B)
eMEN received with a lot of interest at the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI) for Health event in Budapest.