Vitalis 2022 | ScanBalt Session on digital tools to alleviate the mental health pandemic | 18 May 10:30-12:00 CEST at Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre, Gothenburg
Event Date: 18 May 2022
- Introduction by the moderator – Dr Jaanus Pikani, Chairman, ScanBalt (5 min)
- Comprehensive, evidence-based digital support diagnostic system DocuMental (25 min)
Speaker: Prof Eduard Maron, founder of DocuMental Ltd (https://documental.ee), Honorary Lecturer in Division of Neurosciences and Mental Health, Imperial College London.
Dr Eduard Maron is DocuMental’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer. He is also a Professor of Psychopharmacology at the University of Tartu, Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London and a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Estonian Genome Centre. His clinical experience in psychiatry spans 16 years, 5 of which were spent as a Consultant for the admissions ward at Hammersmith and Fulham Mental Health Unit on the Charing Cross Hospital site in West London Mental Health NHS Trust.
- Setting a global example in developing technology to improve mental health in a scalable way (25 min)
Speaker: Dr Kadri Haljas, founder and CEO of Triumf Health (https://www.triumf.health).
Triumf Health has developed an evidence-based digital therapeutics platform for children to deliver personalised psychological support through a game environment. Dr Haljas has a background in health psychology. In addition to her clinical experience, she holds a PhD degree from the University of Helsinki, Faculty of Medicine. Dr Haljas has been a long-term advocate of the importance of implementing mental health innovations in Estonia and globally. She is also the founder of the Mental Health Innovation Hub, a global centre for excellence headquartered in Estonia.
- Digital technology-based interventions for the treatment of migraine (25 min)
Speaker: Katrina Laks, CEO of Migrevention (https://migrevention.com).
Katrina is a health founder with 15-year long migraine experience and has a mission to improve the life quality of fellow patients. In 2020 she founded Migrevention, a digital headache clinic, and top medical experts from Estonia. Now she grows her knowledge and pain to others’ benefit by making evidence-based migraine treatment accessible for everyone and everywhere.
Katrina has a scientific background from Tallinn University of Technology and is also one of the founding members of the patient organisation Estonian Migraine and Headache Patients Association.
- Discussion/Q&A (10 min)
Find out more about Vitalis: https://en.vitalis.nu/
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