Kick-off symposium University-wide Academic Collaborative Center for Digital Health & Mental Wellbeing
Would you like to shape the research agenda of the University-wide Academic Collaborative Center for Digital Health & Mental Wellbeing? Are you interested in networking and identifying opportunities related to maintaining and improving mental health and wellbeing and through digital tools? If so, register for our symposium and reserve the afternoon on 13th of June in your agenda at the LocHal, near Tilburg Central Station.
Register here for the symposium
Only a few spots still available. Registration is open until June 5.
What to expect
During the symposium, you will learn more about the Academic Collaborative Center for Digital Health & Mental Wellbeing. Besides an introduction, we will show through several projects what we envisage for the Academic Collaborative Center. Next, we invite all participants to provide input on the Center’s research themes in break-out sessions:
- Data and digitalization
- Prevention and (self)monitoring
- Technological development and evaluation
- Policy and practical implementation
The symposium will take place from 13:30 to 17:00, followed by drinks. The programme is as follows:
- Opening and introduction of the Academic Collaborative Center for Digital Health & Mental Wellbeing (Prof. Inge Bongers and Prof. Emiel Krahmer).
- Examples of projects.
- Input on the research themes (break-out sessions).
- Meet each other during drinks.
The symposium will take place at Seats2meet on the 1st floor in the LocHal in Tilburg, within walking distance of Central Station. It is not possible to take part online.
Preferred research themes and language during break-out sessions
During the symposium, the joint introduction and project presentations will be in Dutch. For the break-out sessions, we will split into smaller groups to brainstorm together on the research themes of the Academic Collaborative Center. On the registration form, you can indicate which research themes you prefer and whether you want to attend a Dutch- or English-language break-out session, or whether you have no language preference.
The symposium is organised by the University-Wide Academic Collaborative Center for Digital Health and Mental Wellbeing and hosted by Prof. Inge Bongers and Prof. Emiel Krahmer, the academic leads of the center.
If you have any questions about the symposium or the Academic Collaborative Center, please contact Esther van Vliet, project manager.
Esther van Vliet
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