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|10/13/2020||Aural Analytics, Inc. Partners with Signant Health to Integrate Its A2E SDK for Current and Future Clinical Trials||Business Wire||Election 2020 AP Aural Analytics, Inc. Partners with Signant Health to Integrate Its A2E SDK for Current and Future Clinical Trials Oct 13, 2020 SavePHILADELPHIA & SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 13, 2020--Aural Analytics, Inc. , an industry leading speech neuroscience and speech analytics technology company, announced today it has partnered with Signant Health (Signant) to integrate its A2E‚Ñ¢ mobile application SDK and Web API across Signant Health‚Äôs ...|
|6/18/2020||Perspectives of Psychotherapists and Psychiatrists on Mental Health Care Integration Within Primary Care Via Video Consultations: Qualitative Preimplementation Study||jmir.org||View this table Factors Determining the Acceptance of Mental Health Specialist Video Consultations We present barriers and facilitators regarding the acceptance of mental health specialist video consultations in a descriptive manner alongside the seven TICD framework domains in descending order by code frequency. Two domains—namely, individual health professional factors and patient factors—were identified as highly relevant and most frequently discussed. Some domains—namely, social, political, and legal factors ...|
|8/14/2019||MACOHA concerned with discrimination against the mentally ill||malawi24.com||Malawi Council for the Handicapped (MACOHA) has said stigma and discrimination against persons with mental illness remain challenges in communities towards achieving mental health care integration in the country. MACOHA Acting Rehabilitation Manager in Lilongwe, Lemson Njala said this recently during a three day refresher training of community rehabilitation workers and volunteers on Mental Health Care program in Nkhotakota. Njala observed that Malawi is moving at a snail’s pace to ...|