ALL SERVICES AVAILABLE ONLINE OR IN PERSON
consultancy & digital health strategy
For Individuals, employees, and business-wide:
Evidence-based digital health research presentation
Identifying healthy/unhealthy digital technology habits
Strategies for digital health management
LECTURES w/ q&A
Evidence-based research lecture w/ Q&A on the impact of digital technology on mental and physical health. Choose an overview or in-depth lecture on a selection / one.
COVID-19 & Digital Behaviours
Technology Addiction & Compulsion
Anxiety & Stress
Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Degeneration
Personal & Professional Impacts
Competition & Comparison
Surveillance & Privacy
Identity & Reputation Management
Long Term versus Short Term Effects
Digital Health Lecture
Workshop: business-wide and individual employee activities identifying healthy/unhealthy digital tech habits
Analysis Reporting: follow up consultation based upon empirical results of workshop activities
Digital Health Strategy: strategy developed from immersion day findings to best manage healthy/unhealthy tech habits
WORKSHOP (1 - 2.5 HRS)
Lecture: evidence-based digital health research presentation w/Q&A
Activities: identifying healthy/unhealthy digital technology habits
Digital Health Strategies: tips to implement to maintain healthy technology habits to avoid digital overload/compulsion
DIGITAL HEALTH IMMERSION DAY
DIGITAL HEALTH COURSE (2+ MONTHS)
Course Introduction, Digital Health Research Lecture & Workshop
Employees Tailored Ethnographic Digital Health Journal to Identify Healthy/Unhealthy Tech Habits
Empirical Analysis Report and Digital Health Strategy for Business and Employees Tech Habits
Follow-Up Consultation for Business and Employees
COURSE OBJECTIVES & OUTCOMES
Identify and understand your professional and personal relationships between health, wellbeing, and digital technology.
Empirically analyse your personal technological health practices overtime to develop your own critical skills in assessing multiple digital health and wellbeing practices in your everyday life.
Critically identify your current personal and professional pressures, and COVID-19 impact to your digital health and wellbeing practices in your everyday life.
Implement daily and longer-term strategies for a healthier relationship with technology in your everyday personal and professional life, managing tech compulsion/fatigue, and active digital detox.