April 21, 2021
Question & Answer Interview with Sabine Bahn
Hi Sabine. We’re so excited to catch up with you. Thank you for taking the time to talk to us today, we know how busy you are. We’re now 4 months into the year. What are you most excited about from what Psyomics are working on this year? “It’s an incredibly exciting time for Psyomics. […]
March 31, 2021
Psyomics launches mental health assessment platform Censeo to market with two real world implementation projects
Psyomics, the innovative UK-based healthtech company, has launched its mental health assessment platform Censeo with two London based GP practices, to gather real-world data and feedback prior to commercial launch later this year. Built by psychiatrists, Censeo mirrors the rich process of a face-to-face psychiatric assessment, guiding a user through a series of adaptive questions. […]
March 30, 2021
Why are people with bipolar disorder waiting years for a diagnosis?
According to Bipolar UK, as many as 1 in 50 people have bipolar disorder, making it one of the most common long-term health conditions in the UK. For people living with bipolar, the condition touches every part of their lives, affecting their relationships, employment prospects and physical health, as well as increasing the risk of […]
March 24, 2021
Supporting mental health in the workplace, one year into the pandemic
It has now been one year since the initial restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19 were imposed. According to a study by Mind in 2018, up to 40% of GP appointments are related to mental health. Covid has resulted in more people experiencing mental health concerns as well as worsening symptoms. The effect of […]
March 10, 2021
What’s the next frontier of technology in mental health?
By Professor Sabine Bahn, Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Psyomics Technology was always going to impact the next phase of evolution within the health sector. But now that new technologies are available, what is next in the mental health space? According to MHFA England, 70-75% of people with diagnosable mental illness receive no treatment […]