The Mental Health Apps Library, a directory of NHS-endorsed digital mental health services was launched by NHS England on the 24th March 2015. This new initiative was rolled out in order to improve the treatment of depression and anxiety as well as access to psychological therapies. Currently, there are five evidence-based digital tools contained in the library Check it out via this link.
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On Monday I was lucky enough to be invited to give a talk as part of a half day event run by Jobs.ac.uk and Piirus, hosted at The University of Warwick. The event was aimed at early career researchers and was called ‘The Digital Academic: Tools & Tips for Research Impact & ECR Employability. I was speaking alongside two experienced bloggers and experts in helping ECRs with Dr Nadine Muller
Have you ever wondered how many mHealth Apps are out there? Ever wondered how many apps there are for different clinical areas? What about how many are free and how many you have to pay for, and how much?Well you can find all of this out (and more) by clicking on this link!
Researchers call on DH to withdraw 'seriously flawed' alcohol reportCare AppointmentsDr John Holmes and his colleagues based at the University of Sheffield's School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) say that key assumptions within the analysis are “simplistic” and call for the report to be withdrawn and revised targets set.and more »