Welcome to Digital Technology for Mental Health: Asking the right questions



jlalogo transparent backgroundThis MindTech-led project is about people working together to find the top ten research priorities for digital technology for mental health. 


Huge opportunities to transform mental health care are offered by the internet, online services and the full range of digital technologies. But we need to know much more about the impacts of these new technologies. We are interested in understanding what research questions people with lived experience of mental health problems and health and social care professionals have about these new technologies. This collaborative project aims to identify these research questions and then decide which matter the most and deserve priority attention. Working with the James Lind Alliance  as one of their Priority Setting Partnerships will enable us to achieve this. 

22/02/2017 Steering Group meeting today!
Intense discussion about how to frame our consultation survey at today's meeting. Any ideas? Get in touch. We also signed off the notes from last time. Feel free to take a read!! 

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Take a look at this section to find out who is on the Steering Group for this project. The wider Project Partners are listed seperately.

Take a look at this section to find out more about the wider project partners. The members of the Steering Group are listed seperately.

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Phew - long, but interesting day on #digitalMHQ project. Thanks to the steering group for lots of ideas, provocations and perspectives.