International seminar on e-mental health training and curriculum - April 10, 2018

What does the implementation of e-mental health mean for the knowledge and skill level of mental health professionals?

We invite you to discuss this important topic with us at the second Dutch eMEN seminar in Haarlem on April 10, 2018. We will look at the development of e-mental health curriculum and training and how to integrate these in mental health education. With inspiring speakers, a student panel interacting with the public and interactive parallel sessions.

The seminar is especially interesting for mental health professionals involved in (developing) curriculum and training, professors and teachers from University’s and University’s of applied sciences and trainers in mental health. Also (HR) management, students, practitioners’ and people with lived experiences are very welcome.

Please register through the "Registratie"-button below. (Click on the date (10-04-2018) to see the "Registration form")

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International seminar on e-mental health training and curriculum - General information 

This second Dutch seminar will address the importance of education matching the rising demand for blended care.  As health care professionals are increasingly confronted with e-mental health in their daily work,  there is often a gap between what they have learned during their training and their e-mental health skills. Therefore training and educating current and future mental health professionals is an important focus for successful adaptation of e-mental health technology within routine care. Because only when they  have sufficient knowledge and skills to use this technology effectively within their treatment, patients benefit from these technologies. Both national and international speakers will share their knowledge and insights with us.  Specials guest speakers are: Tim Wind PhD, Health psychologist in training for Clinical psychologist from the  Foundation Centrum '45 together with A. Bijl, who has lived experience on posttraumatic stress.

Attendance to the seminar is free of charge. Advanced registration is required. Please register through the "Registratie"-button.

Location: Paviljoen Welgelegen, Dreef 3, 2012 HR Haarlem, The Netherlands