Efficient use of micro-services architecture for eMental Health care development in the Czech republic
|Fakulta / Pracoviště MU
|Background and Aims: The aim of the project is to create a group of services, which, with their interconnection and implementation into existing or emerging systems and mobile devices support, will be used to develop eMental health care in the Czech Republic. The main innovation and contribution is the usage of potential of the micro-services architecture from the world of informatics into preventive and interventional medicine with automatic setting of all services according to GDPR principles. By creating the individual services necessary for each new eMental health care application, we build the foundation stone for implementing specific implementations such as intervention and education programs, screening programs and more. Methods: Our current practice with developed services and their applications for the end user is currently in the scope of developing basic tools and implementation in the Mindfulness intervention program. To our program "The eight-week on-line program to promote mental and physical health based on mindfulness for students and employees" more than 800 people have signed up, which exceeds the share of all published similar programs (Fish, Brimson, & Lynch, 2016).Results: The program was fully automated using Slack. The Slack application is more compatible with our system and gives us space to get statistics about program efficiency and users adherence. Conclusions: One part of the system presentation will be about analysed data from the currently running Mindfulness program and adherence. This project was supported by VaV program from MUNI, 2018.