NIPHRN organised a joint workshop  on ‘Risks and Rewards of technology in Mental health’ with Centre for Public Administration and the Institute for Mental Health Sciences at University of Ulster, Jordanstown on 29 January 2020.

The workshop comprised of talks by Gabrielle Orabek White, Swansea University, who presented  a seminar on ‘Technology, Power and Fairness in Health and Public Services’  and by Dr Bethany Waterhouse-Bradley, Ulster University, who presented on ‘Building a model for co-design of ethical technology in public policy: Critical reflection for transdisciplinary research design’.

The workshop was attended by  researchers and practitioners who participated in a group discussion regarding future research project interests in the use of technology for mental health.