During the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare systems, businesses, and governments across the world launched novel digital health tools to help keep people safe from COVID-19. But we also saw many metrics of our country’s behavioral health–ranging from mental illness to violence to opioid overdoses–worsen. Now is the time to deploy effective digital tools for these forgotten epidemics, as well. Panels and symposia will explore some of the most promising innovations in these areas; discuss innovative digital measurements of loneliness, stress, and more; and dive deeply into questions of how clinicians, patients, communities, and technologists can collaboratively co-design products that enhance and expand equitable prevention and treatment options.
Speakers range from world-renowned academic experts, to the FDA Digital Health Center of Excellence, to start-up founders, to healthcare system leaders, to investors.
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Attention mentors, students, and mentees: Call for abstracts!
We are excited for students/mentees to share their work in digital health and present a virtual poster at the Conference from 3:30-4:00pm EDT. Presenters will be grouped into rooms of 2-3 students/mentees by topic and will have 5-10 minutes to present including time for questions and answers. Virtual posters and abstracts will also be shared on the Conference website. Submit an abstract (limit 300 words) by June 8 at 12:00pm EDT. For more information, click here.
Join us as we help set the stage for better digital health research and practice in the post-pandemic world. Contact [email protected] for any questions.