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ieso is ‘Thinking Ahead’ of mental health in our podcast series


With ieso’s mental health tech podcast series, ‘Thinking Ahead’, you can learn directly from the experts as they discuss news and views around breakthrough discoveries that are transforming mental healthcare.

In case you missed it, here’s a recap of our latest episodes from the series.

Does therapy work?

Join Dr Jennifer Gentile (SVP Clinical Innovation), Dr Ana Catarino (Director of Clinical Science), and Dr Michael Ewbank (Principal Scientist) in this panel discussion about the effectiveness of psychotherapy.

Find out more about how we identify active ingredients of therapy sessions with ieso’s dataset of 460,000 therapy hours, as the panel delve deeper into the JAMA report on ‘Quantifying the Association Between Psychotherapy Content and Clinical Outcomes Using Deep Learning’.

Subtypes of depression and more personalised care

Why, until now, have the 277 symptom combinations of depression all added up to the same diagnosis and the same treatment pathway?

Listen to Dr Ana Catarino (Director of Clinical Science), Dr Mel Simmonds-Buckley (of Sheffield University’s Clinical Psychology Unit), and Dr Jennifer Gentile (SVP Clinical Innovation) as they explore the implications of their recent research into the subtypes of depression.

The insights from their research will enhance the development of personalised treatment pathways and ultimately increase patient recovery rates.

AI and data for mental health care

Hear Dr Ronan Cummins (Director of AI Research), Dr Jennifer Gentile (SVP Clinical Innovation), and Dr Michael Ewbank (Principal Scientist) describe how AI and data are used to improve patient outcomes, and how this could continue to evolve as the adoption of AI in mental healthcare continues to advance.

This podcast covers the difference between human-in-the-loop AI-augmented therapy and automated chatbots, and what the future holds for AI in therapy.

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Learn directly from the experts in ieso's mental health tech podcast, 'Thinking Ahead'. In case you missed it, here is a recap of the latest episodes.