eMEN Seminar: Technology and Student Mental Health

eMEN Seminar: Technology and Student Mental Health

Mental Health Reform, along with the USI, are pleased to announce the upcoming seminar on eMental Health, “Technology and Student Mental Health”.

The seminar will address the potential offered by technology-supported applications (eMental Health) in student mental health services and supports. Irish and international experts working in the area of eMental Health will share their knowledge and bring a better understanding of developments, possibilities and issues in this field. This seminar will take place on June 18th, 2019 in TU Dublin, Grangegorman Campus.

The event is organised jointly by Mental Health Reform and the Union of Students in Ireland as part of the eMEN project – funded by Interreg North West Europe and the HSE.

Registration is now open for this FREE seminar, click here to register.

Seminar themes:

  • eMental Health as part of core student mental health services – some existing examples
  • Student-led initiatives – apps and other innovations developed by student groups
  • Innovation in third level settings – developing eMental Health applications, cross-campus initiatives, eMental Health courses.
Who should attend: Anyone interested in student mental health, including:
  • mental health and other relevant student support services in third level education institutions
  • other mental health services addressing the core student-age demographic
  • student welfare officers
  • psychology and technology students
  • organisations interested in delivery of online counselling and supports in third level education
  • eMental Health researchers and product developers.
To find out more, visit the eMEN webpage here.
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