Get Digital online series
Digital approaches are fundamentally changing traditional ways of diagnosis, monitoring, management, and treatment of brain disorders worldwide.
Get Digital is an online series on mHealth organised by the ECNP Digital Health Applied to the Clinical Research of Brain Disorders Network.
These online series aim at sharing and distributing new and high-quality research to researchers and clinicians, educating Early Career Scientists across Europe, and foster collaborations across research groups.
- 5 September 2023 at 16.00-17.00 CEST (Central European Summer Time)
The potential of smartphones voice recordings to monitor depression severity
Nicholas Cummins, United Kingdom
- 3 October 2023 at 16.00-17.00 CEST (Central European Summer Time
Generating actionable, real-time insights from routinely collected, unstructured (e.g., letters, notes, reports) hospital data and patient generated data from mobile devices in the wild
Richard Dobson, United Kingdom
- 7 November 2023 at 16.00-17.00 CET (Central European Time)
Challenges and opportunities in personal sensing for mood disorders
Filippo Corponi, United Kingdom
- 5 December 2023 at 16.00-17.00 CET (Central European Time)
Predicting relapse in psychosis using passive sensing: how close are we to the holy grail?
Nicholas Meyer, United Kingdom
- 6 February 2024 at 16.00-17.00 CET (Central European Time)
Digital Sensing in Major Depressive Disorder & Long-term engagement with remote measurement technologies, and early indicators of relapse prediction
Faith Matcham, United Kingdom
More info can be found here.
How to attend
Please send an e-mail including your name and affiliations. After a control of your details by the organiser, instructions on how to attend are sent. You will receive a link and the password to attend the events.
Additional details as well as more general information about the ECNP Digital Health Applied to the Clinical Research of Brain Disorders Network can be found here.
These online events are organised via Zoom.
View here previous meetings.