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Wednesday 30 Aug. ’23

19:00 – 21:00 Welcome drinks in bar / restaurant Kanteen25

Day 1 – Thursday 31 Aug. ’23

08:45 - 09:30Registration
09:30 - 09:40Welcome (Theatre): Prof. dr. Heleen Riper & Khadicha Amarti, PhD Candidate (chairs)
09:40 - 10:05Keynote 1 (Theatre): Prof.dr. Mark Hoogendoorn: What role will AI play in the future of digital mental health?

10:05 - 10:30Keynote 2 (Theatre): Dr. Claire van Genugten: Innovation in measuring: the potential of smartphone-based ecological momentary assessment for common mental disorders.
10:30 - 11:10Coffee, tea & chat (Foyer)

11:10 - 12:25

Morning Tracks

Track 1Symposium: Preventing Suicide in a Digital World: Spotlight on E-Mental-Health in Suicide Prevention
Rebekka Büscher (Germany)The Potential of Passive Sensing for the Prediction of Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors: A Systematic Review
Wouter van Ballegooijen (the Netherlands)Individual trends in suicidal ideation: an ecological momentary assessment study of 5 patients over three months
Birgit Wagner (Germany)Efficacy of an Online-Group Intervention after Suicide Bereavement: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Laura Hofmann (Germany)Efficacy of an E-Learning program for relatives of men with suicidal ideation: A randomized controlled trial
Track 2Symposium: THERE AND BACK AGAIN - an unexpected journey of early career researchers into the troubled waters of routine care iCBT research.
Anja Friis Elliott (Denmark)How do I manage my time during a PhD?
Helene Skaarnes (Denmark)How to get in the flow, with flowcharts
Trine Holmberg Sainte-Marie (Denmark)Juggling Field Guide, Ethical Applications, Code Book and Protocol - The “what do I do!” first aid for rookie clinical RCT researchers
Esben Kjems Jensen (Denmark)From the chaos of routine care data to the bliss of your neatly organized data frame
Track 3Monitoring and Assessment and Innovative Research Methods
Laura Simon (Germany)Sensing insomnia- Can smartphone usage features detect insomnia symptoms?
Marketa Ciharova (the Netherlands)Machine-learning stress prediction using vocal, facial and physiological cues
Anton Käll (Sweden)Results from a factorial trial investigating modes of support and self-/therapist tailored content in ICBT for depressive symptoms
Sebastian Kohlmann (Germany)The efficacy of automated feedback after internet-based depression screening. Results of the internet-based randomized controlled trial DISCOVER
Track 4Routine Care 1
Fien Buelens (Belgium)Usage of Unguided, Guided, and Blended Care for Depression offered in Routine Clinical Care: Lessons Learned
Joseph Firth (United Kingdom)How should digital lifestyle interventions be used in youth mental healthcare? A mixed-methods study of 127 clinicians and 400 service users
Tom van Daele (Belgium)Low Cost Virtual Reality to support imaginal exposure within PTSD treatment: A case report study within a community mental healthcare setting
Nikolaos Boumparis (Switzerland)Effectiveness of a web-based self-help tool to reduce problem gambling: A randomized controlled trial
Track 5Prediction of Treatment Response
Janika Thielecke (the Netherlands)The role of outcome expectancy as a predictor of depression outcomes after a web-based intervention for depression prevention - Results from a secondary data analysis of randomized controlled trials
Noëmi Seewer (Switzerland)Efficacy and Predictors of Treatment Response of an Internet-based Self-help Intervention to Alleviate Loneliness – Results of a Three- arm Randomized Controlled Trial
Yannik Terhorst (Germany)Heterogeneity of Treatment Effects in Internet- and Mobile-Based Interventions for depression: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Katherine Young (United Kingdom)Examining individual differences in treatment outcomes from low-intensity psychological interventions for depression and anxiety: A naturalistic cohort study
12:25 - 14:00Lunch

14:00 - 15:15

Afternoon Tracks

Track 6Symposium: Real-World Implementations of a Digital Mental Health Intervention in the UK and Irish National Health Systems: Learnings and Challenges from Industry and Research Partnerships
Derek Chambers (Ireland)Establishment of a digital CBT service at scale in Ireland: A perspective from the Irish National Health System
Daniel Duffy (Ireland)Implementing internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy for depression and anxiety in routine care: the creation of a research and practice-informed list of implementation strategies.
Chi Tak Lee (Ireland)Bringing Precision in Psychiatry (PIP) online: a large-scale internet-based investigation of self-report and cognitive predictors of response to depression treatment
Dr. Louise Bhandal-Griffin (Ireland)Effectiveness of the internet-based Unified Protocol transdiagnostic intervention for the treatment of depression, anxiety and related disorders in a primary care setting: a randomized controlled trial
Track 7Symposium: Advancing Equity in Mental Health Care: Investigating Digital Interventions for Under Represented and Culturally Diverse Populations
Ratih Arruum Listiyandin (Indonesia)Pilot trial of a culturally adapted internet-delivered mindfulness intervention for treating distress among university students in Indonesia (Psidamai)
Dilfa Juniar (Indonesia)Feasibility of a web-based stress management intervention for university students in Indonesia (Rileks)
Sümeyye Balci (Germany)Internet interventions for students: cultural adaptations for international and Turkish speaking students
Kerstin Spanhel (Germany)Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Refugees: Validating the Adaptation of a Digital Sleep Intervention
Track 8Youth & Effective Digital Interventions
Christine Rummel-Kluge (Gemarny)Evaluation of a 24/7 messenger-based psychological chat counselling service for children and young adults
Eva De Jaegere (Germany)Effectiveness of Silver, a serious game aimed at improving mental health in adolescents: A randomised controlled trial
Evaldas Kazlauskas (Lithuania)Efficacy of internet-based mindfulness Intervention for trauma-exposed young adults
Katrina Champion (Australia)An eHealth intervention to improve the physical and mental health of Australian adolescents: Results from the Health4Life Study
Track 9New Target Groups
Cathelijn Oudshoorn (the Netherlands)Adapting Working Alliance and Technical Alliance from the perspective of professionals working with people with mild intellectual disabilities
Jonas Eimontas (Lithuania)Long-term Efficacy of Therapist-Supported Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depressed Older Adults and Implementation of Treatment Techniques in Daily Life: Findings from a Two-Year Follow-Up
Lina Braun (Germany)Clinical effectiveness of a tailored IMI program for the indicated prevention of depression in green professions (PROD-A): Longitudinal results of a pragmatic randomized controlled trial
Michaela Augustin (Germany)Effectiveness of an App-Based Intervention for Parents of Children with Crying/Sleeping/Feeding Problems: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial
Track 10Development & Effectiveness of Digital Mental Health Interventions
Auguste Nomeikaite (Lithuania)Development of internet-delivered intervention for stress recovery of healthcare workers
Per Carlbring (Sweden)Comparing Transdiagnostic Treatments: Unified Protocol vs. Affect Phobia Therapy and the Role of Negative Effects
Marie Feiler (Germany)Digital Acceptance- and Commitment-Based Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Pain - Results of an Effectiveness Study
Rebecca Murphy (United Kingdom)An Autonomous Digital Self-Help Intervention for Recurrent Binge Eating: A Pilot Effectiveness Study
15:15 - 15:55Coffee, tea, chat & poster presentations (Foyer): Aneliana da Silva Prado, Anja Elliott, Ann-Marie Küchler, Ardian Praptomojati, Ashley Roberts, Bas Kooiman, Betteke Maria van Noort, Cristina Mendes-Santos, Felix Bolinski, Guri Holgersen, Helene Skaarnes, Katrina Champion, Linda Casagrande, Lucia Emmerich, Luise Bauch, Maren Storetveldt, Narges Esfandiari, Özlem van Bergeijk, Saana Sourander, Samet Bas, Satu Raappana, Shivani Atul Mansuklal, Smiti Kahlon
15:55 - 16:05Welcome: Prof. dr. Heleen Riper & dr. Naira Topooco (chairs)
16:05 - 16:30Keynote 3 (Theatre): Dr. Kim Mathiasen: Centre for Digital Psychiatry: an example of a dedicated centre for e-mental health in routine care. Organisation, Scientific results and future directions of research
16:30 - 16:55Keynote 4 (Theatre): Prof. dr. Tine Nordgreen: Never sell the bear’s skin before one has killed the beast - Internet-delivered interventions in routine care.
16:55 - 17:00Wrap up


Day 2 – Friday 1 Sept. ’23

09:00 - 09:10Welcome (Theatre): Prof.dr. Heleen Riper (Chair)
09:10 - 09:35Keynote 5 (Theatre): Prof.dr. Rosa Baños: Boosting mental health in the digital age: the potential of micro-interventions
09:35 - 10:00Keynote 6 (Theatre): Iryna Frankova: Digital mental health interventions for people affected by war
10:00 - 10:40Coffee, tea, chat & poster presentations (Foyer):
Poster presenters: Alejandro Dominguez-Rodriguez, Andreia Manão , Angelina Mellentin, Anja Zimmer, Diarmuid Mc Laughlin, Edna Martins, Esben Kjems Jensen, Fanny Kählke, Kristine Tarp, Laura Díaz-Sanahuja, Lotte Skøt, Magdalena Lesnierowska, Magnus Johansson, Mariebelle Kaus, Martin Kraepelien, Matthias Domhardt, Naim Fanaj, Patrícia Pascoal, Sandra de Moree, Theresa Sextl-Plötz, Trine Theresa Holmberg

10:40 - 11:55

Morning Tracks

Track 11Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA) in Research and Clinical Applications
Merijn Mestdagh (Belgium)m-Path: An easy-to-use and flexible platform for ecological momentary assessment and intervention in behavioral research and clinical practice
Christine Parsons (Denmark)Extending sleep in young adults: daily sleep and emotion monitoring with app-based experience sampling show beneficial effects
Melissa Thong (Germany)Just - in - Time Adaptive Interventions in Mental Health: A Scoping Review
Track 12Blended Interventions
Heleen Riper (the Netherlands)Blended treatment for depression, anxiety and personality disorders
Lena Sophia Steubl (Germany)PSYCHOnlineTHERAPY – Usage Patterns of a Blended Outpatient Psychotherapy Trial for Patients With Depressive and Anxiety Disorders
Kristien Coteur (Belgium)Blended care to discontinue chronic benzodiazepine use for insomnia in primary care: results of a pragmatic cluster - RCT
Xianhua Peng (the Netherlands)Effectiveness of Videoconferencing Psychotherapy for Depression: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Track 13Routine Care 2
Beate Standal (Norway)Healthcare workers’ construction of the patient: A qualitative study of the use of digital mental health interventions in specialized mental health care
Jorge Palacios (United Kingdom)Bridging the divide: How increased collaboration between academia and industry is Key to the Future of Digital Therapeutics.
Nele de Witte (Belgium)Acceptance of digital (mental) health: the validation of the UTAUT2 – brief instrument
Sarah Vigerland (Sweden)Internet-Delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Youth with Anxiety Disorders– Experiences from Implementation In Sweden
Track 14Global e - Mental Health
Jinane Abi Ramia (Lebanon)Results on the effectiveness of Step - by - Step, an e - mental health intervention among Lebanese and Syrian refugees in a low resource setting, Lebanon: two randomized controlled trials
Kristofer Vernmark (Sweden)SAHA - digital interventions for refugee mental health problems
Roselinde Janowski (United Kingdom)Preventing violence against adolescents through a digital parenting intervention in Tanzania: Findings from a pilot study and optimisation trial
11:55 - 13:30Lunch

13:30 - 14:45

Afternoon Tracks

Track 15Symposium: Increasing Prediction Accuracy of Treatment Outcome in Internet Interventions and using Clinical Decision Support Tools to Increase Treatment Effects
Viktor Kaldo (Sweden)Are machine learning predictions of patient’s outcomes in ICBT accurate enough to base clinical decisions on, and are they better than traditional statistics?
Kirsten Zantvoort (Germany)Trading - off data heterogeneity with dataset size in Internet Interventions dropout predictions
Olly Kravchenko (Sweden)Clinical, socioeconomic and genetic predictors of treatment outcomes in internet - delivered cognitive behavioral therapy for depression and anxiety disorders
Erik Forsell (Sweden)Therapists’ predictions of outcome in Internet delivered Cognitive Behavior Therapy for depression and anxiety in routine psychiatric care
Kim Mathiasen (Denmark)Adaptive matched care iCBT VS. Standard iCBT: Protocol and initial experiences of a randomized controlled trial
Track 16Symposium: Innovations in Online Bereavement Care After Traumatic Loss: Online Self - Guided and Therapist - Guided Treatment Modules, Experience Sampling Methodology, and Smartphone Interventions
Alejandro Dominguez - Rodriguez (the Netherlands)Grief COVID: A web - based self
applied intervention for adults facing grief during the pandemic.
Birgit Wagner (Germany)A therapist - supported internet - based intervention for bereaved siblings: A randomized controlled trial
Lonneke Lenferink (the Netherlands)Is it acceptable and feasible to measure prolonged grief disorder symptoms in daily life using experience sampling methodology?
Rakel Eklund (Sweden)The My Grief mobile app for prolonged grief: a randomised controlled trial
Track 17Workshop: Create your own online intervention (MindDistrict)
Renske Gommer (the Netherlands)n/a
Martine Eising (the Netherlands)n/a
Track 18Workshop: M - Path, create your own ESM
Merijn Mestdagh (Belgium)n/a
Track 19Internet - based CBT
Gerhard Andersson (Sweden)How well does internet - based CBT work for depression in Sweden? A patient - level meta - analysis
Selin Akkol - Solakoglu (Ireland)A mixed - method evaluation of an iCBT programme for depression and anxiety in breast cancer survivors
Terja Ristkari (Finland)Stronger Together - iCBT intervention for antenatal depression: a randomized controlled trial
Victoria Aminoff (Sweden)CoronaCope: Internet - based cognitive behavioral therapy during the COVID - 19 pandemic
14:45 - 15:25Coffee, tea, chat & poster presentations (Foyer):
Poster presenters: André Kerber, Ciara Sears, Danilo Romero, Eva van Assche, Gizem Bozyel, Henning Monsen, Ieva Bilunaite, Ina Beinter, Jan Maciejewski, Jennifer Kulke, Jorge Grimaldos, Louisa Salhi, Maarten Piot, Nicolaj Mistarz, Pontus Bjurner , Sabrina Baldofski, Sylvie Bernaerts, Umar Nizamini, Alicia Monreal-Bartolomé, Antoine Pironet & Julie Dieupart
15:25 - 15:35Welcome (Theatre): Heleen Riper & Khadicha Amarti (Chairs)
15:35 - 16:00keynote 7 (Theatre): Dr. Claudia Buntrock: Digital interventions – Are they good value for money?
16:00 - 16:25keynote 8 (Theatre): Prof.dr. Pim Cuijpers: Digital Interventions: New possibilities to reduce the disease burden of depression?
16:25 - 16:45Wrap up (Theatre)

20:30 – 24:00 Closing party in bar / restaurant Kanteen25

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