The Zealand Healthcare Region used the Monsenso digital self-monitoring tool for borderline treatment to help identify triggers and warning signs.
mDiary Study: Designing, implementing, and evaluating a smartphone-based Dialectical Behavioural Therapy
DIARY STUDY: Designing, implementing, and evaluating a smartphone-based Dialectical Behavioural Therapy. This study is part of the ENTER Research project.
SmartCare by Smartphones – A way towards enhanced patient empowerment: A mixed method study in young adults with schizophrenia
MindFrame was developed in collaboration with the Unit for Psychiatric Research, a group of young patients and their caregivers from the Infirmary for adolescents with schizophrenia in North Jutland.
The MONARCA II Research Project aims to establish clinical evidence on the use of the Monsenso system. The MONARCA II trial uses a randomised controlled single-blind parallel-group design.
The RADMIS Research Project is supported by the Innovation Foundation, and is done in collaboration with the “MONARCA team” with the department of psychiatry of the Capital Region in Denmark.