Mpath

Learning by feeling

Nicholas J. Formosa, Ben Morrison, Geoffrey R Hill, Daniel Stone

Research output: Other contribution to conferencePresentation only

Abstract

Name: mpath, developed by Nicholas Formosa, Ben Morrison, Geoff Hill and Daniel Stone out of postgraduate research at the Australian College of Applied Psychology (part of the Navitas Group)
Contact details: ben.morrison@acap.edu.au
Product description: Virtual reality experiences that develop empathetic understanding of psychosis
Brief justification for selection: mpath provides a 'lived' experience of psychosis that promotes effective and efficient development of empathetic understanding of psychosis - something that is very hard to deliver with traditional methods. With mpath training, deeper empathy from carers, mental health service providers, and policing and justice professionals could greatly improve the lives of the many Australians who are affected by psychotic illnesses each year.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2017
EventLearning Innovation Summit 2017 - Melbourne, Australia
Duration: 21 Jul 201721 Jul 2017
https://www.smartsparrow.com/events/2017-learning-innovation-summit/

Conference

ConferenceLearning Innovation Summit 2017
CountryAustralia
CityMelbourne
Period21/07/1721/07/17
Internet address

Fingerprint

psychosis
virtual reality
empathy
learning
service provider
Taiwan
health service
experience
illness
psychology
justice
mental health
contact
Group

Cite this

Formosa, N. J., Morrison, B., Hill, G. R., & Stone, D. (2017). Mpath: Learning by feeling. Paper presented at Learning Innovation Summit 2017, Melbourne, Australia.
Formosa, Nicholas J. ; Morrison, Ben ; Hill, Geoffrey R ; Stone, Daniel. / Mpath : Learning by feeling. Paper presented at Learning Innovation Summit 2017, Melbourne, Australia.
@conference{332b1391ac594e59a40f1a5404996cd3,
title = "Mpath: Learning by feeling",
abstract = "Name: mpath, developed by Nicholas Formosa, Ben Morrison, Geoff Hill and Daniel Stone out of postgraduate research at the Australian College of Applied Psychology (part of the Navitas Group)Contact details: ben.morrison@acap.edu.au Product description: Virtual reality experiences that develop empathetic understanding of psychosisBrief justification for selection: mpath provides a 'lived' experience of psychosis that promotes effective and efficient development of empathetic understanding of psychosis - something that is very hard to deliver with traditional methods. With mpath training, deeper empathy from carers, mental health service providers, and policing and justice professionals could greatly improve the lives of the many Australians who are affected by psychotic illnesses each year.",
author = "Formosa, {Nicholas J.} and Ben Morrison and Hill, {Geoffrey R} and Daniel Stone",
year = "2017",
month = "7",
language = "English",
note = "Learning Innovation Summit 2017 ; Conference date: 21-07-2017 Through 21-07-2017",
url = "https://www.smartsparrow.com/events/2017-learning-innovation-summit/",

}

Formosa, NJ, Morrison, B, Hill, GR & Stone, D 2017, 'Mpath: Learning by feeling' Paper presented at Learning Innovation Summit 2017, Melbourne, Australia, 21/07/17 - 21/07/17, .

Mpath : Learning by feeling. / Formosa, Nicholas J.; Morrison, Ben; Hill, Geoffrey R; Stone, Daniel.

2017. Paper presented at Learning Innovation Summit 2017, Melbourne, Australia.

Research output: Other contribution to conferencePresentation only

TY - CONF

T1 - Mpath

T2 - Learning by feeling

AU - Formosa, Nicholas J.

AU - Morrison, Ben

AU - Hill, Geoffrey R

AU - Stone, Daniel

PY - 2017/7

Y1 - 2017/7

N2 - Name: mpath, developed by Nicholas Formosa, Ben Morrison, Geoff Hill and Daniel Stone out of postgraduate research at the Australian College of Applied Psychology (part of the Navitas Group)Contact details: ben.morrison@acap.edu.au Product description: Virtual reality experiences that develop empathetic understanding of psychosisBrief justification for selection: mpath provides a 'lived' experience of psychosis that promotes effective and efficient development of empathetic understanding of psychosis - something that is very hard to deliver with traditional methods. With mpath training, deeper empathy from carers, mental health service providers, and policing and justice professionals could greatly improve the lives of the many Australians who are affected by psychotic illnesses each year.

AB - Name: mpath, developed by Nicholas Formosa, Ben Morrison, Geoff Hill and Daniel Stone out of postgraduate research at the Australian College of Applied Psychology (part of the Navitas Group)Contact details: ben.morrison@acap.edu.au Product description: Virtual reality experiences that develop empathetic understanding of psychosisBrief justification for selection: mpath provides a 'lived' experience of psychosis that promotes effective and efficient development of empathetic understanding of psychosis - something that is very hard to deliver with traditional methods. With mpath training, deeper empathy from carers, mental health service providers, and policing and justice professionals could greatly improve the lives of the many Australians who are affected by psychotic illnesses each year.

UR - https://www.smartsparrow.com/2017/06/22/one-month-away-the-learning-innovation-summit-2017/

M3 - Presentation only

ER -

Formosa NJ, Morrison B, Hill GR, Stone D. Mpath: Learning by feeling. 2017. Paper presented at Learning Innovation Summit 2017, Melbourne, Australia.