29/03/2017: The survey is OPEN!
We need to hear from you - please send us your questions about digital technology for mental health

28/03/2017: Project podcast
Listen to Chris Hollis and Lucy Simons in conversation about the project and specifically why it's so important we hear from clinicians

23/03/2017: Project leaflet

Out today, a short leaflet explaining what we are up to - please share around your networks to promote the project

Use #digitalMHQ to keep up with the project on social media. 

Keep an eye on this page for all our updates.

22/03/2017: Steering Group meeting today!
More intense discussions today (via teleconference) - this time about the detail of our consultation survey. It's due to be launched in the next few weeks, so watch this space!

Also we signed off the notes from February's meeting - feel free to have a peruse.


08/03/2017: NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre co-funds the PSP
We are delighted that the Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre has agreed to join our project and has contributed some vital funds which mean we’ve reached our target for covering the essential costs of the project. We’re looking forward to working with Professor Til Wykes and Dr Sara Simblett.

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!! 


08/02/2017 Digital Technology for mental health: Asking the right questions
After much pondering and debating within the Steering Group, we've a new title for this project! By adding 'Asking the right questions' to the title, we hope that people will more quicky understand the focus on the project (that is, research priorities) and more readily take part once the survey is open later this spring.

16/12/2016 We are delighted that the Mental Health Foundation (MHF) is joining the proejct team. Iris Elliott, Head of Policy and Research, will represent the MHF on the Steering Group. Along with MQ Transforming Mental Health (also in our team), the MHF co-led the JLA PSP on Depression which produced the top ten research questions about depression last year. Working with the MHF will really widen our networks, knowledge, expertise and resources - we're so pleased to welcome them on board!

Here are the notes from the first steering group meeting for the PSP held on 24 October 2016.
pdfSteering Group 1 Notes

We are pleased to announce the launch of the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership on Digital Technology for Mental Health. Web pages introducing the PSP have now been drafted along with details of the Steering Group and the Project Partners.

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