A speech analysis software program is able to predict which youth at risk for #schizophrenia will transition to #psychosis with about 80 percent accuracy, according to a report in World Psychiatry. @APAPsychiatric https://t.co/KnkSstirrb
— Columbia Psychiatry (@ColumbiaPsych) February 12, 2018
We’ve commissioned research that shows 98% of #socialworkers have difficulty sharing information digitally. Social workers are keen to take advantage of #digital opportunities. Take a look at the findings https://t.co/RRMJ0kwrBI pic.twitter.com/Pe2Ogo2TJo
— NHS Digital (@NHSDigital) January 26, 2018
Social media, and Facebook groups in particular, could be a helpful tool for increasing patient engagement and satisfaction, according to a study published in Surgery.
Technology in Social Work Education: Educators’ Perspectives on the NASW Technology Standards for Social Work Education and Supervision: https://t.co/vtmmXhzB9S via @laurelhitchcock @melaniesage @njsmyth https://t.co/gXsetVituC @nasw #SocialWork #SWtech #SocWorkEd http://pic.twitter.com/iKxz16wSUx
— UB-Social Work (@UBSSW) December 4, 2017
Just as rural populations are turning to telemedicine, so too are state correctional systems. They’re using the technology not only for the physical health of the incarcerated but for mental health as well.
Dozens of online apps now offer instant therapy for the lonely, the confused and the anxious.
One Indiana addiction specialist doesn’t shy away from telemedicine, but he still requires in-person visits to begin and maintain his patients’ Suboxone prescriptions.