Mental Health stories
Digital psychotherapeutics market to be US$12.2 billion by 2033: FMI
Over the next ten years, global digital psychotherapeutics demand will likely accelerate at 27.6% CAGR and surpass US$12.2 billion.
How is working from home impacting remote employees?
How can employers overcome these hurdles, ensure their remote employees are happy and healthy and stay afloat in today’s economy?
Future State 2023: Boldness and inclusivity to pave the way
Future State 2023 explored two key themes yesterday: the importance of involving indigenous practices in digital and our collective uncertainty about life.
Lumify Group recognised as a top place to work in ANZ
The Australian Financial Review and Boss Magazine have published the prestigious annual list of Best Places to Work, which this year includes Lumify Group.
Investment in mental health amongst cybersecurity professionals set to increase
"The nature of the role, and being accountable for the security and safety of an organisation can be overwhelming."
NetEvents 2023: Openwater's revolutionary disease approach
NetEvents held the first day of its conference today in San Jose, including an insightful VIP keynote with Dr Mary Lou Jepsen about how Openwater is fighting cancer.
Most workers who feel at home at work don’t intend to leave
Workday has published the results of a new survey, finding that 79% of workers who feel a sense of belonging in the workplace do not intend to leave their jobs.
Mental Health Concern chooses Talend to improve patient care
"We needed to start basing our decisions on data rather than hunches, and we needed modern tools that could give us insights today and grow with us."
Employee wellbeing is a megatrend for 2023, says UKG
UKG has announced its annual human resources (HR) megatrends that businesses should expect in 2023, identifying three major trends.
Exclusive: mWISE 2022 highlights supply chain risk and mental health
mWISE 2022 has been a successful time spent with industry professionals, generating insightful discussions around growing global threats and what needs to be done to mitigate them.
A third of cyber security professionals have resigned over mental health challenges in the workplace
The vast majority of cyber security professionals reported experiencing mental health challenges over the past two years.
Publicis Sapient and The Man Cave drive digital transformation for mental health
Publicis Sapient and The Man Cave are joining forces to help support the mental health and wellbeing of young men around the world.
Nine in 10 employees frustrated by workplace technology
Businesses face a potential workplace crisis due to inadequate technology, damaging employee productivity, mental health and the ability to retain talent.
Hootsuite 2021 Impact Report shows workforce more diverse
Hootsuite has released its annual 2021 Impact Report detailing the results of its social impact initiatives following the launch of its corporate guiding principles.
First Australian provider to implement Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare
Bethesda Health Care is the first provider in Australia to implement Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare technology in its new mental health clinic.
Kiwi tech founder pitching VR health tech startup at SXSW
Christchurch-based tech founder Adam Hutchinson has been selected to pitch oVRcome at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas.
Virtual reality could help treat anxiety - research
The research could pave the way for large-scale efficacy testing, clinical use and cost-effective delivery of intelligent individualised VR technology.
Kiwi student wellbeing company closes $1.8m funding round
"This round of funding positions us to expand our reach to more students and to equip more schools with the tools needed to move from intervention to prevention."
Huge uptake in digital mental health services during lockdown - NZHIT
Kiwis are increasingly turning to online mental health services for support as they grapple with the uncertainty brought on by the lockdown.
UoA researchers work with Māori to evaulate online mental health platform
Researchers want to understand what encourages and prevents Māori from using an online platform to support mental health and wellbeing.
"Zoom anxiety" major problem one year into pandemic
"it’s clear that for many video calls bring with them their own set of challenges."
Workers want robots, not people, to help manage COVID-19 stress - study
Employees want help and are turning to technology over people.
Isolation and mental health lead concerns about employees during COVID-19
"This is a reassuring indication that the value of people is being recognised and their health given the highest priority."
Kiwi firm ignites Aotearoa's mental health & wellbeing support
As New Zealand moves through the various stages of lockdown, it’s not just physical health that Kiwis are doing their bit to protect; it’s also everyone’s mental health too.