Exciting research in digital health services was presented to participants from all over the country during NORSRII.

This year the conference was held for the second time, and with great success. More than 60 people were registered and 14 of these presented their work within digital health services

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Tine Nordgreen opened the conference by talking about challenges and solutions in interdisciplinary collaboration within digital mental health service

NORSRII (Norwegian Society for Research on Internet Interventions) is part of ESRII and ISRII which is the European and international community. Digital interventions are becoming more and more widespread throughout the world, including in Norway. NORSRII was therefore established in 2019 as a meeting place for researchers in e-health.

This year, among other things, research was presented on the use of digital interventions for insomnia and digital follow-up of patients after gynecological cancer.

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Aneliana da Silva Prado has studied the use of digital health services as a support for young people during the pandemic in Brazil. This was done over video due to entry restrictions.

Speeches during the conference:

  • Tine Nordgreen – Challenges and possible solutions- in cross-disciplinary and cross-sectorial research teams within the domain of e-mental health
  • Kerstin Blom – Treating and preventing depression by adressing insomnia. Long-term follow up of three RCTs
  • Jone Bjørnestad – Rethinking Social Interaction: Empirial Model Development
  • Jim Tørresen – Training Personalised Mental Health Intervention Systems
  • Gunhild Brørs – Validity and reliability of the Norwegian version of the eHealth Literacy Scale among patients after percutaneous coronary intervention
  • Hege Størksen – Internet- Based Interventions for Parents with Children 0-5 years
  • Linn-Heidi Lunde – Therapist-guided Internet treatment for hazardous and harmful drikning among adults 50+
  • Kristian Kidholm – Results from large scale studies of patients perception og video consultaions in Norway and Denmark.
  • Sigrund Breistig – Digital Follow-up after Gynaecological cancer
  • Rosaline Barendregt – Persuasive design to increase adherence in IDPT
  • Aneliana da Silva Prado – Mental health promotion in graduate students: online peer support on a pandemic context. 
  • Minh H. Pham – mood recognition from daily phone calls of bipolar disorder patients with deep learning
  • Håvard Brendryen – Using the Serafin-software to develop complex digital interventions
  • Ulysse Côté-Allard – Long-short Ensamble Network for Bipolar Manic-Euthymic State Recognition Based on Wrist-worn Sensors