eMEN Event | 29 November 2019 | Messe Berlin
Digital health applications are expected to become reimbursable soon. But what technical innovations are there in the field of mental health? And how can they be used best?
As part of this year's DGPPN Congress, there will be a public event on the topic of e-mental health. The aim is to give participants an overview of future key technologies and best practice examples. What is the state of research and how do innovations get into healthcare? A highlight will be the presentation of several innovation fund projects in the field of e-mental health. In addition, the current legal and political framework conditions in Germany will be highlighted and discussed. A start-up slam, in which innovative applications are presented in short lectures, will give an insight into the latest technical developments.
During the breaks and after the presentations, all the e-mental health programs presented can be tested on site and discussed with the developers.
Participation is free of charge and does not require registration for the DGPPN Congress. However, since the number of participants is limited, we kindly ask you to register in advance using our registration form.
The event takes place within the scope of the eMEN project and is co-financed by the European Union. eMEN aims to promote internet-based interventions to improve Europe´s mental health. In a unique combination, eMEN connects technical know-how with expertise in psychosocial care, politics and science. DGPPN and the German Alliance on Mental Health are eMEN project partners and are responsible for the organization of this event in Germany.
Further information on the EU project can be found at www.nweurope.eu/emen.
Friday, 29.11.2019 | 09:30–18:30 h
Messedamm 22 | 14055 Berlin - Germany
Eingang Halle 7 2b | map
|Moderation: Ralph Erdenberger, WDR 5|
Status quo of e-mental health in Germany
|11:15–11:45 h||Coffee break|
E-mental health: Law and politics in Germany
Quality criteria for digital health applications: “AppQ”
Transformations in German health care – Digital applications on the fast track
Q & A on legal issues when using e-mental health in Germany
|12:45–14:15 h||Lunch and Marketplace|
E-mental health: Practical applications
E-mental health in outpatient care
E-mental health in inpatient care
E-mental health in psychiatric forensics
6 x 3 minutes Start-up Slam
From research to care – current innovation fund projects on e-mental health
PSYCHOnlineTHERAPIE – Integration of online interventions in outpatient psychotherapy
HELP@APP – Self-help app for traumatized Syrian refugees in Germany
GET Sleep – Stepped Care model for the treatment of sleep disorders
OMPRIS – Online-based promotion of treatment motivation in people with computer game dependency and internet addiction
Discussion with audience
|17:30–18:30 h||Get-together and Marketplace|
Free simultaneous translation (German <> English) via headphones is available.