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. 

Online support groups, smartphone apps, computer games, virtual reality, virtual therapists, robots....so many big ideas emerging about how digital technology can be used for mental health. But what’s the best way to use the technology?

The ‘Asking the right questions’ project aims to decide the 10 most pressing questions about digital technology for mental health and share these with researchers so that future research targets these priorities. To make sure that they are grounded in the everyday experience of mental health, these questions will come from people with lived experience of mental health problems and health and social care professionals.

12/07/2017 - Lastest Steering Group meeting
We were hosted by the Mental Health Foundation in London for our last Steering Group meeting (no. 7) and made to feel very welcome. As well as spending time looking at the types of questions that have come in through the survey, we started to think about the next stages of the project - it's quite a enormous task we face of getting from around 1,500 questions to a top 10! 

Here's the notes from Steering Group 6 if you fancy a read.
pdfSteering Group 6 notes APPROVED

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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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'Recovery [from depression] is a social exercise that can be assisted but never replaced by digital technologies' ?? https://t.co/za7VVjIUsk