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DIT Trade visit to the U.K.

My-E-Health was one of three Swedish companies invited to participate in the Department of International Trade events visiting various cities. It purpose of the trip was to introduce high tech healthcare companies to the U.K.

- Clive Michelsen

, March 13, 2022

DIT Trade visit to the U.K.

My-E-Health was one of three Swedish companies invited to participate in the Department of International Trade events visiting various cities. It purpose of the trip was to introduce high tech healthcare companies to the U.K.

- Clive Michelsen

, March 13, 2022

NIH U.S. National Library of Medicine

An Empirical design using raw EFP psychometric data to measure the effectiveness of online therapy to reduce the risk for Burnout between a control group and an online therapy group. The aim is to test whether or not there is a statistically significant difference in the effectiveness on online therapy to reduce the Risk for Burnout compared to that of a Control Group. Fifty participants were randomly selected. The rehabilitation and control Group consisted of twenty-five normally distributed employees (N25) each. The rehabilitation group received therapy, and the control had not yet received any form of therapy. SPSS was used to analyze the data collected, a Repeated Measure ANOVA, an ANCOVA, a Discriminant analysis, and a Construct Validity analysis were used to test for Reliability and Validity. The group was randomly selected from a list of employees within the My-E-Health ecosystem. The group (N50) normally distributed group met all

- Clive Michelsen

, January 21, 2022

NIH U.S. National Library of Medicine

An Empirical design using raw EFP psychometric data to measure the effectiveness of online therapy to reduce the risk for Burnout between a control group and an online therapy group. The aim is to test whether or not there is a statistically significant difference in the effectiveness on online therapy to reduce the Risk for Burnout compared to that of a Control Group. Fifty participants were randomly selected. The rehabilitation and control Group consisted of twenty-five normally distributed employees (N25) each. The rehabilitation group received therapy, and the control had not yet received any form of therapy. SPSS was used to analyze the data collected, a Repeated Measure ANOVA, an ANCOVA, a Discriminant analysis, and a Construct Validity analysis were used to test for Reliability and Validity. The group was randomly selected from a list of employees within the My-E-Health ecosystem. The group (N50) normally distributed group met all

- Clive Michelsen

, January 21, 2022

Kaunas University of Applied Sciences Webinar: The Circular Economy

Mental health its economic challenges on the Circular Economy. It is no longer enough for the world just to take, produce and throw away. The linear economy model is being replaced by the circular economy model. The latter reveals the principle of 3R’s: reduction, reuse, recycling (Jusel, Burinskienė, 2019). Why is this important? How successful are we with it?The advancement of the circular economy has become a priority area for the development of the European Uniondue to the fact that it allows greater independence from resources. However, the countries of Eastern Europe are still characterized by linear production and consumption. Despite the EU initiatives to promote the principles of the circular economy in practice, there is a noticeable lack of productive use of natural and time resources as well as recycling of waste and creation of new value from it (Dagilienė, 2019). What are the results of it?The gloomy

- Clive Michelsen

, November 21, 2021

Kaunas University of Applied Sciences Webinar: The Circular Economy

Mental health its economic challenges on the Circular Economy. It is no longer enough for the world just to take, produce and throw away. The linear economy model is being replaced by the circular economy model. The latter reveals the principle of 3R’s: reduction, reuse, recycling (Jusel, Burinskienė, 2019). Why is this important? How successful are we with it?The advancement of the circular economy has become a priority area for the development of the European Uniondue to the fact that it allows greater independence from resources. However, the countries of Eastern Europe are still characterized by linear production and consumption. Despite the EU initiatives to promote the principles of the circular economy in practice, there is a noticeable lack of productive use of natural and time resources as well as recycling of waste and creation of new value from it (Dagilienė, 2019). What are the results of it?The gloomy

- Clive Michelsen

, November 21, 2021

BIS Research webinar on Mental Health Wellness

According to the World Health Organization, depression and anxiety have an estimated cost to the global economy of $1 trillion per year in lost productivity. Apart from such an economic downturn, COVID-19 presents additional challenges – fear from the virus itself, collective grief, prolonged physical distancing, and associated social isolation – that will compound the impact on our collective psyche. Owing to the study National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) conducted, 1 in every 5 person suffers from a mental illness. The demand for mental health services is significantly increasing while the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted or halted critical mental health services in 93% of countries worldwide. At BIS Research, we’re organizing a webinar on the “Mental Health Wellness in a Post Pandemic World” by industry leaders – Laura Scarrone Bonhomme, Head of Mental Health Services – UK and Ireland, Teledoc Health, and Clive Michelsen, CEO, https://blog.bisresearch.com/mental-health-wellness-in-a-post-pandemic-world-questions-and-answers-discussed-during-the-webinarMy-E-Health AB, on September

- Clive Michelsen

, September 15, 2021

BIS Research webinar on Mental Health Wellness

According to the World Health Organization, depression and anxiety have an estimated cost to the global economy of $1 trillion per year in lost productivity. Apart from such an economic downturn, COVID-19 presents additional challenges – fear from the virus itself, collective grief, prolonged physical distancing, and associated social isolation – that will compound the impact on our collective psyche. Owing to the study National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) conducted, 1 in every 5 person suffers from a mental illness. The demand for mental health services is significantly increasing while the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted or halted critical mental health services in 93% of countries worldwide. At BIS Research, we’re organizing a webinar on the “Mental Health Wellness in a Post Pandemic World” by industry leaders – Laura Scarrone Bonhomme, Head of Mental Health Services – UK and Ireland, Teledoc Health, and Clive Michelsen, CEO, https://blog.bisresearch.com/mental-health-wellness-in-a-post-pandemic-world-questions-and-answers-discussed-during-the-webinarMy-E-Health AB, on September

- Clive Michelsen

, September 15, 2021