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How Your Smartphone Can Detect Bipolar Disorder

How Your Smartphone Can Detect Bipolar Disorder | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it
“ The sensors in smartphones can accurately detect the changes in mood that are indicative of bipolar disorder, according to a new study. That could lead to faster treatment and better outcomes for sufferers.”
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ChemaCepeda's curator insight, October 20, 2015 6:43 AM

Interesante uso de los sensores de un smartphone para identificar desde el inicio los cambios de humor en pacientes con trastorno bipolar

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The 10 Best Mental Health Apps for Medical Professionals - Capterra Blog

The 10 Best Mental Health Apps for Medical Professionals - Capterra Blog | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it
“ 10 of the best mental health apps for medical professionals, from iPhone to Android. Capterra helps people find and compare software for their business.”
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Allison Hermann, PhD's curator insight, June 12, 2014 2:41 PM

Mobile apps psychologists can add to their toolkit.

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Take Control of Your Mental Health - 'WhatsMyM3' App Now Available in 12 Languages

“ ROCKVILLE, Md., Oct.25, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --...”
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» Altered Circadian Rhythm May Help Diagnose Depression - Psych Central News

» Altered Circadian Rhythm May Help Diagnose Depression - Psych Central News | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it
“ Differences in a person’s circadian rhythm -- such as any changes in light exposure, motor activity and temperature cycles -- may help in the diagnosis and”
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Allison Hermann, PhD's curator insight, March 24, 2013 11:48 PM

Mobile apps could collect circadian rhythm data and in turn guide treatment for depression - the kind of application advocated by the quantified self movement.

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Electro-stimulation helped relieve severe depression in a small study

Electro-stimulation helped relieve severe depression in a small study | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it

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Allison Hermann, PhD's curator insight, April 13, 2013 11:19 PM

This study of deep brain stimulation (DBS) of the medial forebrain bundle in 7 patients with intractable depression shows promise.

 

See the University of Bonn press release: http://www3.uni-bonn.de/Press-releases/sensational-success-in-patients-with-major-depression

 

It is worth keeping in mind side effects of this technique:

http://www.news-medical.net/health/Deep-Brain-Stimulation-Side-Effects.aspx

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Telemedicine is medicine’s sexiest new field, but why aren’t we ready for it?

Telemedicine is medicine’s sexiest new field, but why aren’t we ready for it? | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it
“Imagine a surgeon removing a gallbladder miles away from where he or she actually is. Imagine when you are ill, a physician has the ability to diagnose you from your living room. Telemedicine.”
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Why medical students need to take care of themselves during training

Why medical students need to take care of themselves during training | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it
“When I began volunteering during my first year of medical school at our student-run free clinic, I noticed that I felt stressed out in the chaotic environment, from the director’s tough questions and the long wait times to present to an attending.”
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'Hoy la información es poder… si la compartes' Genis Roca

'Hoy la información es poder… si la compartes' Genis Roca | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it

Gente opinando sobre nuestro restaurante ha habido siempre, con o sin internet. Y lo que nos preocupaba era la opinión expresada por gente relevante. Si yo voy a tu restaurante y opino que he comido muy bien, lo agradeces, pero en el fondo da un poco igual. En cambio, si voy a tu restaurante y soy el crítico gastronómico de El País, ya te parece mejor, porque es una opinión más relevante. En internet han ido apareciendo nuevos actores relevantes cuyas opiniones pueden tener importancia porque, por la razón que sea, han sido capaces de congregar a una cierta audiencia. 


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Quando é que os profissionais de saúde vão compreender isso?

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ChemaCepeda's curator insight, May 4, 2015 7:21 AM

Interesante como siempre la visión de Genis Roca sobre la disrupción que ha supuesto la aparición de las redes y la cultura del conocimiento. El valor reside cada vez más en el intercambio de información y la confianza que genera nuestra identidad digital

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Doctors and social media: It's time to embrace change #hcsm

Doctors and social media: It's time to embrace change #hcsm | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it
“I recently took on a position of medical journal editor. It is with the Journal of Kentucky Medical Association. It’s been a good learning experience. Part of the job of...”
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A Future of Personalised Depression Treatment

A Future of Personalised Depression Treatment | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it
Health Horizons researchers will be attending the 2014 Personalized Medicine World Conference here in Silicon Valley, January 27-28. In the run-up to the conference, we’ll be talking with some of the scheduled speakers to preview their talks at the event. Our first in the series of pre-conference conversations was with Amit Etkin, MD, PhD, an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University, and an Investigator in the VA Sierra-Pacific Mental Illness Research Education and Clinical Center (MIRECC) at the Palo Alto VA. The overarching aim of the Etkin Lab is “to understand the neural basis of emotional disorders and their treatment, and to leverage this knowledge to develop novel treatment interventions.” I was drawn to Dr. Etkin’s work as an interesting signal of a forecast called Measuring the Subjective from our 2010 Health Horizons map on the Future of Science, Technology, and Well-being. We forecasted: “New ways of reliably measuring subjective states such as happiness, anxiety, or pain, and finding the neural correlates of personality and behavioral patterns will help us better understand our own capacities, potentials, and vulnerabilities in relation to other people.” Dr. Etkin’s lab is doing just that by using “advanced technologies to investigate neural pathways in both healthy participants and patients suffering from anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.” At PMWC he will be presenting the first analysis of an international study – the first of its scope and size – to predict optimized treatment in depress
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Emotional Apps - A world of feelings in your smartphone

Emotional Apps - A world of feelings in your smartphone | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it

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What guidelines docs follow when interacting with patients online?

Ethical considerations for health-related communication via technology!
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Avatar therapy for schizophrenia

Avatar therapy for schizophrenia | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it
“ Use of avatars helps quieten voices heard by schizophrenia patients”
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Allison Hermann, PhD's curator insight, June 6, 2013 4:06 PM

Avatars are powerful tools. This article in the APA Monitor suggests ways avatars can be used in psychological practices - not only for therapy, but for business consults and training: http://www.apa.org/monitor/2012/03/avatars.aspx

 

For more examples of the use of avatars in mental health, check out Kognito Interactive's products:

http://www.kognito.com/products/

 

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Take Control of Your Mental Health - 'WhatsMyM3' App Now Available in 12 Languages

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Moodscope - Lift your mood with a little help from your friends

“ Moodscope is a brand new social networking tool that helps treat depression by simply giving sufferers a way of getting help from their friends.”
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» Altered Circadian Rhythm May Help Diagnose Depression - Psych Central News

» Altered Circadian Rhythm May Help Diagnose Depression - Psych Central News | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it
“ Differences in a person’s circadian rhythm -- such as any changes in light exposure, motor activity and temperature cycles -- may help in the diagnosis and”
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Allison Hermann, PhD's curator insight, March 24, 2013 11:48 PM

Mobile apps could collect circadian rhythm data and in turn guide treatment for depression - the kind of application advocated by the quantified self movement.

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Listening to bipolar disorder: Smartphone app detects mood swings via voice analysis

Listening to bipolar disorder: Smartphone app detects mood swings via voice analysis | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it
“ A smartphone app that monitors subtle qualities of a person's voice during everyday phone conversations shows promise for detecting early signs of mood changes in people with bipolar disorder, a University of Michigan team reports.”
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Allison Hermann, PhD's curator insight, May 8, 2014 9:57 PM

What is remarkable about this app is that its learning algorithm represents a true evolution in mhealth approaches to bipolar disorder. The more the app can do without the need for the patient to manually input data, the greater the likelihood of being able to track episodes in realtime.

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Making sure the balance is right in the reporting of suicides | Chris Elliott

Making sure the balance is right in the reporting of suicides | Chris Elliott | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it
“Newspapers’ coverage of suicides has changed in recent years, but there are still aspects of reporting such deaths that cause readers concernOne of the areas of journalism that has changed a great deal in the last 15 years or so is the reporting of...”
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Emotional Apps - A world of feelings in your smartphone

Emotional Apps - A world of feelings in your smartphone | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it

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Do You Google Your Psychiatrist?

Do You Google Your Psychiatrist? | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it

In psychoanalysis, one of the important principals is that they analyst is a so-called 'blank screen' for the patient to project his/her issues on for examination.  It requires that the psychiatrist remain a bit anonymous, and from this we have the...

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m-health technologies and mental health

“ John Ainsworth, a Research Fellow at The University of Manchester, and member of Manchester mHealth ecosystem introduces m-health and how it has been successful...”
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Futurescape: Connecting the Mind to the Internet : Video

Futurescape: Connecting the Mind to the Internet : Video | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it
“ In the future, there will be no barrier between your thoughts, your imagination, and the world that you see.”
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La OMS lanza una herramienta para acabar con la discriminación que generan las enfermedades mentales

La OMS lanza una herramienta para acabar con la discriminación que generan las enfermedades mentales | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it
“ La Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) ha puesto en marcha una nueva herramienta, MiNDbank, una nueva base de datos que incluye toda la información disponible acerca de la salud mental, con el objetivo de poner fin a la violación de derechos...”
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Technological Innovations in Mental Healthcare 2013

Technological Innovations in Mental Healthcare 2013 | e-Saúde Mental | Scoop.it
MindTech Healthcare Technology Co-operative is a national centre focused on the development of new technology for mental healthcare. MindTech brings together patients, healthcare professionals, researchers and industry to identify unmet clinical needs and develop and test a range of new technologies.
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