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The Future of Mental Health

Event Date(s): Sep 16, 2022 - 07:30am to Sep 17, 2022 - 03:05pm

This program brings together clinicians, scientists, entrepreneurs, and investors to understand what mental health care can and should look like in the next 2 decades.

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Course Details

Over the last few years, the field of mental health has garnered the most investments relative to other clinical areas. This program brings together clinicians, scientists, entrepreneurs, and investors to understand what mental health care can and should look like in the next 2 decades. By all accounts, current systems of care do not serve patients and their families well: care is hard to access, inefficient and costly, and sometimes unable to restore function and quality of life. At the same time, from neuroimaging to artificial intelligence to mobile apps, we are bombarded with excitement about the future might bring. How do we get past the hype to envision better care? A key first step is understanding what the future could look like, and what would need to happen to make it a reality.

In-Person Pricing: 

Physicians, Psychologists, and Doctoral-level Professionals: $795.00
Other Professionals: $695.00
Students: Free
Residents & Fellows: Free

*NEW* Virtual Pricing

Physicians, Psychologists, and Doctoral-level Professionals: $695.00
Other Professionals: $595.00
Students: Free
Residents & Fellows: Free

Course Summary

Available Credits:0.00 Participation
Course Format:Conference
Target Audience:

This two-day conference is intended for clinicians, scientists, entrepreneurs, students, payers and investors with an interest in the future of mental health care

Event Starts: Sep 16, 2022 - 07:30am
Event Ends: Sep 17, 2022 - 03:05pm
Cost: $795.00

Learning Objectives

  • Identify emerging technologies that may yield more effective and efficient diagnosis and treatment in mental health.
  • Identify the challenges in developing and deploying these technologies in mental health.
  • Describe ways in which key stakeholders can work together to overcome these challenges, by considering examples of these collaborations.