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Tech and Mental Health II: Treatment [Infographic]

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The number of people suffering from mental disorders is increasing globally, while still being  stigmatised and facing a lack of treatment. In this second part of our mini-series on tech & mental health we want to show you how  technology is being used  to  improve the treatment of mental illnesses. We  brought the facts together for you!

 

New content is coming out every week. Our next Digital Event will be about Sleep and Memory, on the 14th May. 
If you want to learn how memories are properly saved, come and join us! 

Dr. Eszter Kormann will talk about the processes underlying memory consolidation during sleep, and what kind of experiments she plans to test her theories.

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Do you want to know more about AI?
This powerful tool can also be useful in the diagnosis of mental illnesses.
If you missed the first part of this mini-series, don’t worry, you can check it out with just one click: https://www.thebrainstorms.io/tech-and-mental-health-1

 

 

References:

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2. Wang, P., Aguilar-Gaxiola, S., Alonso, J., Angermeyer, M., Borges, G., Bromet, E., . . . Posada-Villa, J. (2007). Use of mental health services for anxiety, mood, and substance disorders in 17 countries in the WHO world mental health surveys. The Lancet, 370(9590), 841-850. 
3. Opriş, D., Pintea, S., García‐Palacios, A., Botella, C., Szamosközi, &., & David, D. (2012). Virtual reality exposure therapy in anxiety disorders: A quantitative meta‐analysis. Depression and Anxiety, 29(2), 85-93. 
4. Hengameh Marzbani, Hamid Reza Marateb, & Marjan Mansourian. (2016). Methodological Note: Neurofeedback: A Comprehensive Review on System Design, Methodology and Clinical Applications. Basic and Clinical Neuroscience, 7(2), 143-158. 
5. Mutz, Julian, et al. “Comparative Efficacy and Acceptability of Non-Surgical Brain Stimulation for the Acute Treatment of Major Depressive Episodes in Adults: Systematic Review and Network Meta-Analysis.” BMJ, vol. 364, 2019, p. l1079. 
6. Riek, L. (2015). Robotics Technology in Mental Health Care. ArXiv.org, ArXiv.org, Nov 7, 2015. 
7. Abd-Alrazaq, A., Alajlani, M., Alalwan, A., Bewick, B., Gardner, P., & Househ, M. (2019). An overview of the features of chatbots in mental health: A scoping review. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 132, 103978.

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