Apps, A.I. and Beyond: How do we use technology to improve child and youth mental healthcare?

On Monday November 25, 2019, hear from leading experts who have been using apps, artificial intelligence, neuroinfomatics, and more to improve mental health care for kids and families.

The Children's Mental Health Ontario (CMHO) 2019 Conference will be welcoming representatives from IBM Watson Health, XenZone, CAMH and more to tell us how digital technology can help us today and what we can expect from it in the very near future!

When: November 25th, 2019
Where: Marriott Downtown at Toronto Eaton Centre, 525 Bay Street, Toronto, ON

Following the panel discussion, you will have the opportunity to speak to these experts directly in a more intimate setting, as the group will be split into breakout sessions with each of the panelists.

Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to learn from and engage with leading experts on digital tech in child & youth mental health care!

View the full 2019 CMHO agenda and register.

About the panelists

  • Colleen McDowell is the lead for Watson Health Practice in IBM Canada and an Associate Partner in Cognitive Business Support competency. She is also the Global #HERE4U Mental Wellness Offering Manager with a national and global focus on mental health solutions to help save lives and give hope through data and AI.
  • Elaine Bousfield is the Founder and Editor in Chief at XenZone Group. In 2001 XenZone led the way in the U.K. by putting counsellors online and in reach of children, youth and adults. Today, they continue their groundbreaking work by using data and AI to create new models in preventative, early response mental healthcare.

For questions, please contact Cindy Prins at cprins [at] cmho [dot] org.

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