Welcome to CAMHS.Digital
Also known as GM.Digital, we are a research unit within Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH) which is affiliated to the Centre for Women’s Mental Health (CWMH) at the University of Manchester.
Developing digital tech to improve the mental health and wellbeing of vulnerable children, young people and their families
Our aim is to develop digital technologies which can improve the mental health and wellbeing of vulnerable children, young people and their families. With a particular focus on preventative mental health, we want to create digital tools which are accessible and useful to our service users, and scalable to a wider population. This means that we have a strong focus on working alongside children and young people, co-designing digital tools together and empowering them to drive our research agenda.Our aims
CAMHS.Digital conducts research on a wide variety of mental health issues relevant to children and young people. We aim to combine world-leading clinical expertise with innovative digital solutions, in order to improve the mental health outcomes of vulnerable children, young people and their families.Our work
Lucy talks to Steve Furber
This Manchester supercomputer imitates your brain!
Professor Steve Furber, creator of SpiNNaker, talks about the machine and other examples of biology inspired computing. Interviewing him is Lucy Porte, computer science student and biology nerd. If you enjoy scientific waffle and unrestrained technobabble this one’s for you!
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