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Manifesto for an international digital mental health network

Manifesto for an international digital mental health network
Manifesto for an international digital mental health network
Current mental health services across the world remain expert-centric and are based on traditional workflows, mostly using impractical and ineffective electronic record systems or even paper-based documentation. The international network for digital mental health (IDMHN) is comprised of top-level clinicians, regulatory and ICT experts, genetic scientists, and support organizations. The IDMHN has been formed to enable the implementation of digital innovations in clinical practice, hereby facilitating the transformation of current mental health services to be more personalized and more responsive to patients and healthcare needs. This consensus statement summarizes the consortium’s vision and strategy for further development of digital mental health.
Digital mental health;, innovation, Decision support system, documental, precise and personalised mental health
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Maron, Eduard, Baldwin, David S., Balotsev, Roman, Fabbri, Chiara, Gaur, Vikas, Hidalgo-Mazzei, Diego, Hood, Sean, Juhola, Martti, Kampman, Olli, Kaspar, Siegfried, Karkkainen, Hilkka, Latalova, Klara, Lahteenvuo, Makku, Mastellos, Nikolas, McTigue, Joseph, Metsallik, Janek, Metspalu, Andres, Nutt, David, Nykanen, Pirkko, Olisa, Nigel, Pogarell, Oliver, Popovic, Dina, Ramos-Quiroga, Josep Antoni, Ross, Peter, Serretti, Alessandro, Spies, Marie, Thibaut, Florence, Tiainen, Kimmo, Tiihonen, Jari, Vieta, Eduard, Vohma, Ulle, Van Westrhenen, Roos, Zubanovic, Belmin and Eberhard, Jonas (2019) Manifesto for an international digital mental health network. Digital Psychiatry, 2 (1), 14-24. (doi:10.1080/2575517X.2019.1617575).

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Abstract

Current mental health services across the world remain expert-centric and are based on traditional workflows, mostly using impractical and ineffective electronic record systems or even paper-based documentation. The international network for digital mental health (IDMHN) is comprised of top-level clinicians, regulatory and ICT experts, genetic scientists, and support organizations. The IDMHN has been formed to enable the implementation of digital innovations in clinical practice, hereby facilitating the transformation of current mental health services to be more personalized and more responsive to patients and healthcare needs. This consensus statement summarizes the consortium’s vision and strategy for further development of digital mental health.

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Accepted/In Press date: 7 May 2019
e-pub ahead of print date: 10 June 2019
Published date: 2019
Keywords: Digital mental health;, innovation, Decision support system, documental, precise and personalised mental health

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Local EPrints ID: 431733
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/431733
ISSN: 2575-517X
PURE UUID: 70a19a25-7ec3-4055-bb9e-0dbc06b8f2b0
ORCID for David S. Baldwin: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-3343-0907

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Date deposited: 14 Jun 2019 16:30
Last modified: 22 Nov 2021 02:38

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Author: Eduard Maron
Author: Roman Balotsev
Author: Chiara Fabbri
Author: Vikas Gaur
Author: Diego Hidalgo-Mazzei
Author: Sean Hood
Author: Martti Juhola
Author: Olli Kampman
Author: Siegfried Kaspar
Author: Hilkka Karkkainen
Author: Klara Latalova
Author: Makku Lahteenvuo
Author: Nikolas Mastellos
Author: Joseph McTigue
Author: Janek Metsallik
Author: Andres Metspalu
Author: David Nutt
Author: Pirkko Nykanen
Author: Nigel Olisa
Author: Oliver Pogarell
Author: Dina Popovic
Author: Josep Antoni Ramos-Quiroga
Author: Peter Ross
Author: Alessandro Serretti
Author: Marie Spies
Author: Florence Thibaut
Author: Kimmo Tiainen
Author: Jari Tiihonen
Author: Eduard Vieta
Author: Ulle Vohma
Author: Roos Van Westrhenen
Author: Belmin Zubanovic
Author: Jonas Eberhard

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