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Mental Health in Scotland - Using Data Science to Optimise Outcomes

mental health in scotland event

Please join NHS Scotland and Ieso for a day of insightful sessions which will explore our combined experiences of using data science to improve the delivery of online therapy.

Mental Health in Scotland - Using Data Science to Optimise Outcomes

  • When: Monday 4th October 2021
  • Where: Jupiter Artland, Bonnington House, The Steadings, Wikieston, Edinburgh, EH27 8BY
  • Time: 10:00am - 16:00pm
  • Please note: Car parking is available. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Your attendance and contribution is warmly invited. There is no cost to attend this conference.

To sign up to the conference complete the registration form at the bottom of the page.

If you have any questions with regards to the agenda and sessions covered on the day please do not hesitate to email Jenni Lyall, Ieso Account Manager.

Agenda

  • Registration and walking coffee in the grounds

    Please register for the conference. Join your colleagues for coffee /tea as you explore the grounds of Jupiter Artland. Please reconvene in the Marquee for 10:55am.

  • Welcome from the Chairperson

    Join us as we welcome you to the conference and outline the sessions for the day.

    James de Bathe,
    Director of Partnerships and Market Development, Ieso
  • Update on digital mental health - what have we achieved and what’s next

    Chris Wright
    National Advisor for Digital Mental Health, NHS Scotland
  • Clinical science at Ieso - learning through data

    An overview of Ieso’s science research, depression sub-types, using deep-learning to understand therapy, monitoring treatment quality, and measuring therapist effectiveness.

    Michael Ewbank,
    Senior Scientist, Ieso
  • Lunch

  • Trends during a pandemic and looking ahead

    A deep dive in to the presentations and outcomes during Covid-19 and improving access.

    Jeremy Cripps,
    UK Clinical Lead, Ieso
  • Patterns of therapist behaviour that influence outcomes

    Looking deeper into functionally driven behavioural change over form driven technique dissemination.

    Emily Marshall,
    Clinical Partnership Manager, Ieso
  • Final discussion and close

    TBC

    James de Bathe,
    Director of Partnerships and Market Development, Ieso
    Chris Wright,
    National Advisor for Digital Mental Health, NHS Scotland

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