Self Care

4 perspectives

The quotes below indicate the shared purpose from the 4 perspectives (citizen, corporate, global challenge or innovator). With these quotes we validate if the Shared Purpose is scalable, feasible, societal and economic. If so, it might be an opportunity for Joint development.

Choose your perspective


The use of AI in predicting and preventing mental health conditions will show its potential in years to come. It will be based personalised, based on historic data and machine learning algorithms. It will require participatory ( self-management + professional ) treatments using validated apps. The biggest challenge for this will lie in getting a sufficient amount of relevant data and taking care of major ethical (not technical) questions. Eric van der Hulst, IMEC


School environments are sorely lacking up to date insights into new digital support tools, this is compounded by a mass general overload of digital products and communication making it exceedingly harder to cut through the communication clutter. Tobias Wernius, SpeakUP

Global Challenge (Ambassadors)

A lot can be done to build resilience to prevent mental health problems among young people. Prevention starts with awareness and understanding early signs and symptoms of mental issues. WHO


With e-mental health, healthcare is becoming more accessible. Clients become more involved in their treatment. The user can also work on the problem in daily situations. Usersreceive more feedback and become more open because they can stay anonymous.” Digitale Zorgkompas