Entries by Friederike J. S. Thilo

Shaping artificial intelligence – an example from nursing care

The development of artificial intelligence (AI) as a tool to analyse and understand data has gained momentum. AI began as early as the 1950s. However, AI is only really unfolding and improving its performance in recent years. The reason for this is improved computing power, access to large amounts of data, high storage capacity and […]

Digital Health in the Covid-19 crisis (3) – what should now be improved

During the lockdown, many countries had positive experiences with digital health (Atique et al., 2020). We should definitely continue the development that has been initiated. This means concretely: 1. Integration of telemedical services into conventional health care: Wherever the renunciation of physical face-to-face appointments only marginally reduces the quality of health care, but eliminates its […]

Can digital technology help manage acute psychiatric crises?

Use of technology for crisis management in acute psychiatric care – fewer coercive measures and faster recovery. What sounds theoretically tempting and promising is not unproblematic in the context of the psychiatric setting and is associated with different and new requirements. Innovative technologies are finding their way in the Psychiatry. They have potentialbut are also […]