It was held on May 29th our 9th Latin-MH Study Group with the theme "New Technologies for Mental Health Assistance". This theme, our study group was tutored by Dr. Ines Hungerbühler, PhD from University of São Paulo. The webinar was held via Adobe Connect, and this edition was in English. Watch it right now!
Dr. Ines Hungerbühler is currently working as Project Manager and System Analyst at Tecnologia Fox. Former researcher at LATIN-MH and Institute of Psychiatry at the Medical School of the University of São Paulo. PhD in Psychiatry at the Medical School of the University of São Paulo (Brazil), MSc in Psychology at the University of Zurich (Switzerland). Research experiences in telemental health and telepsychiatry, webbased prevention and smoking cessation programs, substance-related and addictive disorders, depression, health promotion, posttraumatic growth, CBT, psychometrics, evaluation designs, and statistics. Assistant Editor at the Archives of Clinical Psychiatry, Certified Project Management Associate (IPMA), amateur programmer (Phyton) and photographer.
Dr. Hungerbühler latest publications are:
- Home-Based Psychiatric Outpatient Care Through Videoconferencing for Depression: A Randomized Controlled Follow-Up Trial (Hungerbühler I, Valiengo L, Loch AA, Rössler W, Gattaz WF);
- A randomized clinical trial of home-based telepsychiatric outpatient care via videoconferencing: design, methodology, and implementation (Hungerbühler I, Leite RFM, Bilt MTV, Gattaz WF);
- Development of an integrative cessation program for co-smokers of cigarettes and cannabis: demand analysis, program description, and acceptability (Becker J, Hungerbühler I, Berg O, Szamrovicz M, Haubensack A, Kormann A, Schaub MP).
- Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ines_Hungerbuehler
The webinar happened on May 29th, online, in english. Dr Ines spoke on her PhD thesis which investigated videoconferencing as a method of mental health assistance. The article which was discussed may be found here. The discussion was very enlightening. We hope you have enjoyed our event!
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