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eHealthNews Webinar

 

eMental Health and the pandemic
12:30pm to 1:30pm, Wednesday 2nd September

 

eMental Health tools have become a key component of the health response to the Covid-19 pandemic. As more people experience digitally enabled mental health care, how do we build on this rapid transformation and what will be the lasting impact of this pandemic for the critically important mental health sector?

 

HiNZ would like to thank NIHI for sponsoring this webinar  

 

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About the Expert Panel

Webinar facilitated by Rebecca McBeth, HiNZ News Editor.

 

Panel participants are:

  • Anil Thapliyal, Executive Director, eMental Health International Collaborative (eMHIC)
  • Karolina Stasiak, Senior Lecturer & Senior Research Fellow, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland
  • Robyn Shearer, Deputy Director, General Mental Health and Addiction, Ministry of Health
  • Terry Fleming, Senior Lecturer in Population Health, Faculty of Health, Victoria University of Wellington

Anil Thapliyal

Executive Director

eMental Health International Collaborative (eMHIC)

 

Anil is widely recognized for transformation in mental health and addiction domain through the application of innovative approaches seamlessly integrated within people’s care. 


In particular, he is known for shaping the use of digital technologies to improve access to care in mental health services which include significant programmes of work in New Zealand, Canada, USA and Australia. He says "We must focus on the service user, their families and carers. If it does not work for them, it does not work". 

Noted below are some of the national and international governance roles he holds:

  1. Trustee, Health Navigator Charitable Trust, New Zealand;
  2. International Advisor, The Centre for Applied Research and Evaluation International Foundation (CAREIF), University of London, England;
  3. Member, eMental Health Section, World Psychiatric Association.

 

Karolina Stasiak

Senior Lecturer & Senior Research Fellow

Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland

 

Dr Karolina Stasiak is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Psychological Medicine, at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland. She was a co-developer of SPARX and was involved in its national launch in 2014. Karolina has worked on a number of digital health projects, including a community implementation of BRAVE, an online anxiety tool, in Canterbury in the wake of the earthquakes. Since 2017, she’s worked on a Better Start/E Tipu e Rea (National Challenge Science, funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment). She has led the creation of a number of new digital health tools which are about to introduced in a school implementation trial. Karolina was born in Poland and she’s called Aotearoa/New Zealand her home for 25 years.

 

 

Robyn Shearer

Deputy Director

General Mental Health and Addiction, Ministry of Health

Terry Fleming

Senior Lecturer in Population Health

School of Health, Victoria University of Wellington

 

Senior Lecturer, Population Health, Faculty of Health, Te Wāhanga Tātai Hauora, Victoria University of Wellington and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Auckland.


Dr Terry (Theresa) Fleming is a senior lecturer in the School of Health at Victoria University of Wellington. Her clinical background is in working with adolescents in underserved communities. Terry is a co-developer of SPARX, she oversaw the clinical aspects of SPARX roll out and has been a member of the National Depression Initiative Advisory Group. Terry leads the ‘Integrating Survey and Intervention Research’ project and co-leads the Youth19 Rangatahi Smart Survey. @MadameOrrocks on Twitter and https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Theresa_Fleming on ResearchGate

 


Webinar facilitator:

 

Rebecca McBeth
HiNZ News Editor

 

Rebecca McBeth joined the HiNZ team as editor of eHealthNews.nz in January 2018. Rebecca was previously news editor at Digital Health Intelligence in London and prior to that, was the senior health reporter at The Christchurch Press, where she won a NZ Canon Media Award and a NZ Reporting Diversity award. Based in Auckland, she is committed to communicating news, experience and knowledge throughout New Zealand’s data and digital health sector.

 


How to connect to the webinar
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