Using AI for mental health analysis & prediction in school surveys
16th World Congress on Public Health
12-16 October, 2020
Collectivize Health is presenting the conference paper and talk titled Using AI for Mental Health Analysis and Prediction in School Surveys.
This small project brings together our shared passion for improving the health of young people through enhanced, digitized public health practice. It harnesses our combined capabilities in digital health and public health, and provides a model for the application of AI modalities in school settings in order to improve mental health surveillance and evaluation.
We were extremely grateful to share this work with Professor David Townend from Maastricht University. David provided expert insight into the ethical and legal considerations of the implementation of the model.
Using AI for Mental Health Analysis and Prediction in School Surveys
H S Adnan, A Srsic, P M Venticich, D M R Townend
European Journal of Public Health, Volume 30, Issue Supplement_5, September 2020, ckaa165.336, https://doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/ckaa165.336
30 September 2020
Video to this talk will be available soon, subject to congress guidelines.
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