TEAM Symposium on June 30th at ESCAP 2019

By TEAM
Friday, 17th May 2019
Filed under: Events

The 18th Congress of the "European Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (ESCAP)" will take place in the Imperial Palace - Hofburg, Vienna from June 30 to July 2, 2019. TEAM researchers will deliver a symposium at this congress on Technology for Youth Mental Health: Involving Users, Oportunities and Ethical Implications on the 30th of June.

Researchers will discuss digital intervention that support a range of areas including assessment, prevention, treatment and policy issues concerning young people and parents or caregivers.

The full list of TEAM speakers is below.  To find more information about ESCAP Congress please click here.

Chair
Türkan Akkaya-Kalayci, Austria
Co-Chair
Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Austria

Speaker
Claudette Pretorius, Ireland

001 –A Survey of Online Help-seeking in Young People

Speaker
Darragh McCashin, Ireland

002 –Applying qualitative synthesis methodology to understand the experiences of children using technology-assisted mental health interventions

Speaker
Anja Cus, Austria

003 –Digital support for young people who engage in self-harm: The users' perspective

Speaker
Bettina Moltrecht, United Kingdom

004 –EDA, a mobile intervention to improve emotion regulation in children and adolescence - Outcomes of a feasibility trial

Speaker
Darragh McCashin, Ireland

005 –Using computer games to support adolescent mental health interventions: Lessons from a deployment study

Speaker
Franziska Tachtler, Austria

006 –Exploring the Use of Technology for Supporting Resilience in Unaccompanied Migrant Youth

Speaker
Toni Michel, Austria

007 –Indicators for strategies and challenges of youth mental health support interpreted as mental health technology design challenges

Speaker
Pegah Hafiz, Denmark

008 –Using mobile sensing to collect and classify cognitive and behavioral data in bipolar and depressed patients

Speaker
Shaun Liverpool, United Kingdom

009 –Power Up for Parents: Developing a digital intervention to promote shared decision making in child and adolescent mental health services

Speaker
Gianluigi Maria Riva, Ireland

010 –Technology for youth mental health: Opportunities and ethical implications

Our Network Partners


  • University College Dublin

  • Denmark Technical University

  • Technical University Vienna

  • Medical University Vienna

  • Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families

  • University of Glasgow

  • Region H Psychiatry

  • Telefonica Alpha