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Monsenso partnered with University of Cambridge to support research into individuals with intellectual disabilities
Monsenso has partnered with the University of Cambridge, Department of Psychiatry, to support the research of using mHealth to help identify the possible causes of behavioural problems for those with intellectual disabilities. The University plans to further their...
This is the reposting of an original article written by Centra Group. You can read the original article here. Monsenso is proud to announce a new working partnership with UK's telecare provider, Centra. The joint work will explore new, digital approaches to mental...
The ECoWeB project will provide a comprehensive and personalized mobile app that will train young individuals in enhancing their emotional control skills and minimizing their emotional deficits. Monsenso’s mHealth solution is the foundation for the project.
Monsenso provides medication adherence and behavioural monitoring components in H2020 Funded R-LiNK Study
Monsenso is participating in R-LiNK, the major new study for developing a more complete understanding of the reactions and effects of taking lithium. Monsenso is now involved in more than ten pan European and domestic research projects in the mental health & affective disorders field.
Monsenso is proud to be a consortium partner in the international team consisting of SME companies, universities, and research centres for the Horizon 2020 funded WellCo project. Our mHealth solution will lead the mental health component of this new ICT solution, designed to help users improve their physical, mental & cognitive well-being.
Copenhagen, Denmark – 19 December 2017 Monsenso, a Danish developer in mobile health solutions for mental health has partnered with On the Line, an Australian social health business. On the Line offers telephone, web chat and video counselling and social media moderation services 24/7 to more than 80,200 people each year.
The Mental Health Services in the Region of Southern Denmark are currently rolling out the Monsenso mHealth solution to support the treatment of individuals with affective disorders, including anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia and borderline personality disorder.
Copenhagen, Denmark – 28 August 2017. Monsenso, a technology leader in mobile health (mHealth) solutions for mental health, has been granted the ISO 27001 certification. This is the international standard that describes best practices for an information security management system (ISMS).
Copenhagen, Denmark – 18 July 2017 Monsenso, a Danish developer in mobile health solutions for mental health, has announced that Datlinien, a private clinic in Denmark, will soon implement the Monsenso mHealth solution with an added Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) module.
Copenhagen, Denmark – 28 June 2017. The IMPACHS project funded by Eureka/Eurostars and the Innovation Fund in Demark, has the aim to design, develop and provide clinical evidence for the use of smartphone-based intervention technology for outpatients diagnosed with schizophrenia, to improve the availability and cost-effectiveness of mental healthcare.