We’re coming home! Glasgow, we’re going to be hosting our final FREE event of the Summer Tour at The Albany Learning and Conference Centre on the afternoon of Tuesday 3rd September 2019. Our delegates will enjoy lunch and the opportunity to network and chat with other delegates before the event proper kicks off at 1pm. … Continue reading A FREE Glasgow event: Digital mental health: what’s happening now? – EMPOWER and beyond
Booking is now open for our “Digital technology and psychosis: what’s happening now?” event in Edinburgh on Wednesday August 21st
Heads up everyone! We’re holding a series of “Digital technology and psychosis: what’s happening now?” events across England and Scotland over July and August 2019.
We were delighted to hear from a range of speakers about different aspects of digital mental health at our recent seminar 'Digital Mental Health - what's happening now.' The event was opened by EMPOWER Chief Investigator, Professor Andrew Gumley, who welcomed delegates and set the scene for the day. Andrew also introduced and explained our … Continue reading ‘Digital Mental Health – what’s happening now’ – seminar report
Recently members of the EMPOWER team were privileged to attend the the International Society for Research on Internet Interventions (ISRII) conference in Auckland, New Zealand. Andrew Gumley shared new data on engagament with the EMPOWER intervention.
The EMPOWER study involves an international partnership, working between Scotland and Australia. Three members of the team have been fortunate enough to visit Melbourne where research on EMPOWER is underway. Trial Manager, Simon Bradstreet and PhD student Stephanie Allan provide a photo update on the antipodean trip to date which they have taken with Chief Investigator Andrew Gumley
Members of the EMPOWER team along with other colleagues were delighted to welcome Nev Jones to the Mental Health Research Facility last week.
Team Empower were delighted to receive a highly commended poster award at the MindTech National Symposium 2018.
Hamish McLeod describes the digital explosion as a fourth industrial revolution and considers implications for mental health care and support.