Digital health & mental wellbeing

Academic Collaborative Center for Digital Health & Mental Wellbeing

We aim to make the usage of digital tools and interventions for mental wellbeing and a healthy lifestyle accessible for everyone by 2030. But how can these tools and interventions support us? How do we know that they will actually work? How do we make sure they work for everyone, and what is needed for them to become a part of our daily life?

digital health and mental wellbeing

Real impact on mental health and wellbeing

Digital tools and technologies are often presented as solutions to reduce costs or workloads in healthcare, to prevent or manage mental health problems or to promote healthy lifestyles. However, there is still much to explore when it comes to the use and effectiveness of digital tools and technologies. The Academic Collaborative Center can have real impact on the mental health and wellbeing of people in Dutch society and elsewhere, by working closely together with researchers and (civil society) organisations on these topics and finding solutions to the questions that really matter to society. Outputs developed by the Center will be relevant to academia and practice.


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Academic Leads

  • Inge Bongers

    prof. Inge Bongers

    Professor Sustainable Innovation for Mental Health
  • TSHD - Emiel Krahmer

    prof. Emiel Krahmer

    Professor Communication, Cognition and Computation