Technology and mental health: a good ROI? | 30.04.2018
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Keen to gain insight into the way in which various stakeholders utilise online tools and justify them economically? Curious about the (economic) added value that online/technological tools deliver for organisations, developers and care providers? Then join this free seminar on Tuesday 30 April. The seminar forms part of the European Interreg NWE eMEN project, which seeks to harness the power of technology to improve the mental health of people in Europe.
The seminar will be led by the Federal Minister of Public Health, Maggie De Block. Confirmed speakers include Dirk Antonissen (Partner at Pulso Europe, an SME which actively promotes well-being at work, and develops and deploys the technological tools necessary to achieve this) and Eric Van der Hulst (Health Innovation Manager at Imec, a leading research and innovation hub that is active in the field of digital technology etc.).
The full programme will be available shortly.
Date: 30 April 2019, 9.30 am – 1.30 pm
Location: The provincial government building in Leuven, Provincieplein 1, 3010 Leuven
Price: Free (subsidised by Interreg)
Registration: Register now, without delay.
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