Mental Health


Mental Wellbeing I Digital Therapeutics I Stress

Friday 14th May


11:00 CET 10:00 BST 05:00 EDT

Hear from six of the most exciting growth companies in mental health about who they are, why their customers love them and how they are tackling consumer health and wellness for a post-pandemic era.


13:00 CET 12:00 BST 07:00 EDT

The responsibility employers have for employee wellbeing, and practical ideas for change in a post-pandemic era

The importance of mental wellbeing has been thrust into the spotlight during the COVID-19 pandemic. Employers have a huge responsibility for employee wellbeing, while facing unforeseen challenges like managing staff digitally, keeping them physically safe in “on site” roles and mitigating financial risk as economic uncertainty looms. This session explores how workplaces are putting practical solutions in place, to get maximum benefit in the face of adversity.

James Brown, Head of Health & Wellbeing, Siemens Energy UK
Stephanie Fitzgerald, Senior Business Partner – Mental Health, Rolls Royce
Karl Simons
, Chief Health, Safety & Wellbeing Officer, Thames Water
Moderator: Terry O’Dwyer, CEO, LSX Leaders

James Brown, Head of Health & Wellbeing, Siemens Energy    Stephanie Fitzgerald, Senior Business Partner – Mental Health, Rolls Royce    Karl Simons, Chief Health, Safety & Wellbeing Officer, Thames Water    Terry O’Dwyer, CEO, LSX Leaders


14:00 CET 13:00 BST 08:00 EDT

Interactive roundtable: Workplace policies and practices to improve employee wellbeing

Employee wellbeing is not something that can be improved with a stop-gap solution. This session takes a deep dive into what “employee wellbeing” actually looks like and offers the chance to brainstorm policies and practices that enable employees to proactively manage and improve their own mental health.

Rohan Kallicharan, HR Director, Benevolent AI
Moderator: Emily Hutchinson, Occupational Psychologist, Apply Psychology

Rohan Kallicharan, HR Director, Benevolent AI    Emily Hutchinson, Occupational Psychologist, Apply Psychology


15:00 CET 14:00 BST 09:00 EDT

MENTAL HEALTH IN THE WORKPLACE ROUNDTABLE
****INVITATION ONLY****

A 2 hour, interactive Chatham House Rule Roundtable dedicated to exploring novel ideas and employer led solutions to promoting better mental health in the workplace. Closed session for board level executives from major employers and KOL's, it will feature peer case study and knowledge exchange, networking and a drive toward actionable outcomes. 


15:00 CET 14:00 BST 09:00 EDT

Ask the investors (EU)

Get in front of European investors in mental health. This interactive roundtable-style session is designed for emerging brands to put their questions to and build relationships with investors in their space.

Investors include:
Rachel Carey, Chief Scientist, Zinc VC
Richard Skaife
, Founding Partner, The Concious Fund

Rachel Carey, Chief Scientist, Zinc VC    Richard Skaife, Founding Partner, The Concious Fund


16:00 CET 15:00 BST 10:00 EDT

Reimbursement and access models for digital therapeutics

Unlike traditional FMCG there are lots of different reimbursement options for direct-to-consumer digital therapeutics in mental health, women’s health, nutrition and lifestyle improvement. This session looks at assorted reimbursement pathways including via healthcare providers, insurance, workplace and direct-to-consumer, including regional differences and opportunities, and presents entrepreneurs with a variety of challenges and benefits to consider when launching their platforms.

Sara Patti, Head of Healthcare Innovation, Allianz Partners
Guido Hegener, Managing Partner, Digital Health Ventures
Amir Zur
, Head of Product and Quality, Digital Health, Teva Pharmaceuticals

Sara Patti, Head of Healthcare Innovation, Allianz Partners    Guido Hegener, Managing Partner, Digital Health Ventures    Amir Zur, Sr. Director, Head of Products of Digital Health, Teva 300x


17:00 CET 16:00 BST 11:00 EDT 8:00 PST

Interactive roundtable: Science behind the systems – strategies for proactive mental health improvement

As with every aspect of lifelong health improvement, mental health doesn’t exist in a vacuum. To a point, lifestyle factors like sleep, diet and movement offer consumers the opportunity to proactively improve their own mental wellbeing. This session looks at the science behind lifestyle-related mental health improvement and offers scientifically-supported evidence that all mental wellbeing entrepreneurs should be taking into account when designing and marketing their products.

Rachael Frost, Research Fellow, Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London

Rachael Frost, Research Fellow, Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London


19:00 CET 18:00 BST 13:00 EDT 10:00 PST

Ask the investors (US)

Get in front of US investors in mental health, wellbeing and mindfulness. This interactive roundtable-style session is designed for emerging brands to put their questions to and build relationships with investors in their space.

Investors include:
Maya Baratz, CEO and Founder, Founders Factory NY
Charlie Hartwell, Managing Director, The Bridge Builders Collaborative
Stephen Hays, Founder and Managing Partner, What If Ventures

Maya Baratz, CEO and Founder, Founders Factory NY    Charlie Hartwell, Managing Director, The Bridge Builders Collaborative 300x    Stephen Hays, Founder and Managing Partner, What If Ventures

 

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