"The problem we have, particularly with the current crisis in mental health in the military, is that we don't have enough well trained providers to handle the problem," says Skip Rizzo, the associate director for medical virtual reality at the ICT.
"This is not a replacement for a live provider, but it might be a stop-gap that helps to direct a person towards the kind of care they might need."
Henrik Ehrsson, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the Department of Neuroscience: "Two legs, two arms, one head. Who am I?", October 3 at Karolinska Institutet. From the seminar series "Get inspired by a professor".
Click here to learn more about FutureMed at Singularity University at NASA Research Park, February 4-9, 2013 The FutureMed Program educates, informs and prepares physicians, innovators, inventors, ...
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Director, Virtual Human Interaction Lab, Stanford University, talks about the power of virtual reality technology to effect behavioral change, especially in the challenging area of lifestyle modification.
The Virtual Medical CentreAustralia's first national online mental health clinic launchedThe Virtual Medical CentreIn addition to self-help support, clinician assisted online real time psychological treatment will be delivered to people with high prevalence mental disorders via online real time cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) programs.”
“Our online services will complement face-to-face mental health support and the existing automated online Teleweb programs, which will be available through the online mental health portal, mindhealthconnect” says Project Director, Associate Professor Nickolai Titov.
Hindu Business LineLost in virtual realityHindu Business LineDr Laxmi Vijaykumar, founder and director of suicide prevention helpline Sneha, says many teens and young adults tend to feel suicidal when their private life is unwittingly exposed...
Investigators department of occupational therapy, neurology and Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Education, and Health Sciences, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan, studied a group of 13 women and 16 ...