MasterMind Final Conference
La Pedrera – Barcelona
The MasterMind Final Conference will mark the culmination of the project with the unveiling of results from three years of dedicated work towards paving the way for high quality depression treatment to become more widely available. But it doesn’t stop there. The results will be put into the political, clinical, and organisational perspectives of eMental health deployment – beyond the natural limits of an EU project – and will form the basis for a broad-spectrum debate about the future of mental health. High level speakers from policy, research, interest organisations, and more, will enrich the discussions with their individual perspectives.
- One-day event organised around keynote speakers and round tables
- Deployment and sustainability of e-mentalheath services at the centre of the debate
- Agenda promoting open discussion amongst participant
08:00 - 09:00 Registration
09:00 - 09:05 Welcome to the Conference
Institutional opening by Representative from Department of Health Generalitat de Catalonia
09:05 - 09:15 The objectives of the conference
Presentation of the agenda by the moderator
Toni Dedeu. Director Agency for Healthcare Quality and Evaluation of Catalonia. Ministry of Health of Catalonia
09:15 - 10:00 Deploying eMental health at scale: “The What”
MasterMind, its results, and the way forward
Claus Duedal Pedersen. MasterMind Coordinator. Chief Consultant. CIMT (Centre for Innovative Medical Technology), OUH, Denmark
Heleen Riper. Full Professor eMental-Health/ Clinical Psychology. VU Amsterdam
10:00 - 10:45 Keynote speaker. MasterMind in a global perspective
Alexander Kalache. President of the International Longevity Centre Brazil
11:15 - 12:15 Round table 1 - “The why”: Why eMental health? The point of view of the stakeholders
Ministries: its importance from a political perspective and the political expectations. Dóra Guðmundsdóttir. Directorate of Health in Iceland and member of the Joint Action in Mental healtth.
Societal researcher: its relevance from a societal and economic standpoint. Geraldine Bienkowski.Associate Director (Psychology). Lead for Psychological Therapies. NHS Education for Scotland.
Health professionals: its significance from a clinical perspective. Morten Sodemann. Professor in Global and Migrant Health, Center for Global Health, Clinical Institute.
12:15 - 13:00 Round table2-“The how”:What does it take to implement eMental health in routine practice
Project findings: barriers and facilitators identified. Christiaan Vis (VUA, Netherlands), scientific coordinator MAsterMind
Health professionals: how does eMental health fit with daily care practice?. Nils Kolstrup (NST, Norway); GP, health professional, Ana Maria Gonzalez (Osakidetza, Spain) health professional
Patient needs: who benefits? Erik van der Eycken (Gamian, Belgium) patient perspective.
Research: where to go next? David Ebert (FAU, Germany) researcher
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 15:30 Round table 3 - “From here to where?”: Instruments for further deployment
Overview of project reach and the proposed instruments. Claus DuedalPedersen
The EC facing the deployment . Miguel Gonzalez-Sancho. Head of Unit - Unit H3 – e- Health, Well-being and Ageing DG CONNECT (Communications Networks, Content and Technology).European Commission.
The WHO: where eMental health has an impact and value. Clayton Hamilton. eHealth Regional Focal Point for the European Region at World Health Organization
Cities and global challenges. Laia Ortiz. Councillor Head of Area of Social Rights. Barcelona City Council. TBC.
The opportunities for the regions. Vicente Rodriguez Saez. Deputy Head of Unit. D1. Territorial Cooperation. DG Region, European Commission.
15:30 - 16:15 Round table 4 – “The Here and Now”
An overview of the practical organisation and implementation of iCBT in European pioneer countries. Marie Paldam Folker. Team Lead, Centre for Telepsychiatry, Mental Health Services in the Region of Southern Denmark.
The expectations and demands of a patient. Raquel Rebollo/Javi Granda. Patients. TBC
16:15 - 16:30 Final conclusion and wrap-up. Claus Duedal Pedersen
16:30 Closing cocktail
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The MasterMind project aims to make high quality treatment for depression more widely available for adults suffering from the illness by the use of ICT. A major cause of morbidity worldwide, depression is characterised by its high incidence, social cost and proven clinical effectiveness of ICT in its treatment.
MasterMind is implementing two services across Europe during the project period: cCBT (computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and ccVC (video conference for Collaborative Care and treatment).
cCBT is computerised treatment at home or in community locations. cCBT makes it possible for more patients to receive high quality treatment in a flexible yet effective manner.
ccVC comprises video conference based collaboration between healthcare professionals for increased quality of care through knowledge sharing and support from specialists as well as video conference based treatment of patients. The benefits of this service include more equal access to specialised knowledge for professionals and high quality treatment in the immediate environment for patients.
The project is assessing the impact of the two ICT-based services using the MAST evaluation framework and identifying barriers and success factors for this large scale deployment in different political, social, economic and technical healthcare contexts and from the perspective of the project’s many important stakeholders.
See more in: http://mastermind-project.eu/
MasterMind is partially funded under the ICT Policy Support Programme (ICT_PSP) as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme by the European Community.