As part of SVIHK’s public talk series and under the Mental Health Initiative, Meg Lam, CEO of Neurum spoke on 18 February to a cross-sector audience on the role of technology in assessing and delivering mental health solutions, as well as intersections with Future of Work trends and digital behavioural health research.
Symposium on Pioneering MH Promotion & Intervention Initiatives for Ethnic Minorities in HK – Case Sharing
Topics: Needs of Ethnic Minority Seniors and the Service Gaps Mental Health Challenges and Barriers for Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong Ecosystem of Community Mental Health in the Hong Kong: Initial Thoughts of Engaging Ethnic Minority Population Engaging Ethnic Minority Youth - from Drug and Alcohol Prevention to Positive Development in Hong Kong The Transitions and Development of Young Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong Register here!
Caleb Chiu, CTO and Co-founder of Neurum shares his experiences and tips for developing Mental Health Hong Kong solutions. Experiencing a mental illness is like a journey with a winding series of stages. Understanding the different impact of these stages helps us to manage them better and move towards recovery.
Research and Impact Initiative on Communication in Healthcare at the Faculty of Arts, The University of Hong Kong (HKU RIICH), and Mind HK are pleased to invite you to an inaugural lecture by Sue Baker, OBE (Order of the British Empire), Global Director of Time to Change, on changing attitudes toward mental health. Time to Change UK is the largest ever programme to end mental health stigma and discrimination and has led to significant improvements in public attitudes and reductions in reported discrimination, according to academic evaluation. Since Sue
Meg is the CEO and Co-founder of Neurum Health – the company that delivers behavioural health insights using real-world and real-time data. To date, she serves on the executive board of Global Innovations and New Technologies (GIANT) Health Events and advisory for Mind HK’s digital health projects. Previously, she completed her research fellowship at Yale School of Medicine (Dept. Psychiatry) which used digital data from sensors and online social interactions from connected devices to find patterns on depressive symptoms.