The Virtual World and Mental Health
ENTER Mental Health & the Psychiatric Research Unit, Zealand Region Denmark is being held now in Slagelse, Denmark
Following on from our 2016 conference in St. Andrews, Scotland on Emerging Priorities in Mental Health and Addiction: The Virtual World, Ageing and Migration our 2017 conference focus solely on The Virtual World and Mental Health.
The virtual world has a huge influence in every dimension of human life. The aim of the conference is to present and discuss the researched data and share experiences about the virtual world and mental health among people from different European organisations.
There will be sessions on the following topics:
Promoting mental health in the virtual world
The virtual world as a risk factor for mental
The virtual world as a treatment medium;
The virtual world as a recovery medium for people with mental health problems.
The following are keynote speakers:
Tim Greacen (Paris): Mental health in the virtual world in 20 years´ time: avatars…
Jette Larsen (Copenhagen): MIPLAN: Preventing Suicide: a worldwide APP that really works
Malene Terp (Aalborg): Codesigning healthcare: putting healthcare into the patient’s pocket
Rhonda Wilson and Jens Peter Hansen: Mental health and the virtual world: a whole new world for research and innovative research strategies
Carmel Clancy (London) & Silvia Rosado (Barcelona): The ENTER Academy: Online Strategies for Empowering Users and Professionals across Europe
Magdalena Rowicka (Warsaw): Virtual World: New Orders, New Disorders
The final conference program can be viewed by clicking on conference booklet
Keynote, workshop and Poster Presentations
The presentations are available by clicking here