Equity and e-mental health: can digital technology help us to achieve good mental health for all?
This seminar brings together UK and international experts to discuss how digital technology can support mental health. It will address the challenges of ensuring equitable access to e-mental health.
The full programme for the event will be published very soon.
Dr Victoria Betton
Victoria is founder and director of mHabitat - a team hosted by Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, and which supports people-centred digital innovation in health and care. She is a qualified social worker with over 20 years' experience, has master's degrees in women's studies and social work and a diploma in public sector relations.
Dr Marilyn Lennon
Marilyn is a Senior Lecturer in Human Computer Interaction in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at University of Strathclyde. She also holds an honorary senior clinical research fellow position in the Institute of Health and Wellbeing at the University of Glasgow. Marilyn is founder and director of the Digital Health and Wellness Group (DHaWG) at Strathclyde who are leading researchers in the area of user centered design and evaluation of mobile, wearable and interactive technologies for health and wellness.
Professor Miranda Olff
Professor Miranda Olff is head of the Center for Psychological Trauma at the department of Psychiatry at the Academic Medical Center (AMC) of the University of Amsterdam and professor and Director of Research at the Arq Psychotrauma Expert Group (Arq).
Her major areas of research focus on the psychological and biological responses to traumatic stress and (early) interventions.