Don’t just take our word for it

Our primary goal is to improve and push mental health care forward to a next level by combining technological innovations and evidence-based practices that fit our modern and hybrid society. To facilitate this, we’ve created the NiceDay Way of working and together with our research team and other parties we continuously look at what is working and what can we do to provide even better mental health care.

Don’t just take our word for it
Don’t just take our word for it

Our research projects

NiceDay has a track record of successful and innovative research projects in collaboration with cross-disciplinary organizations. We have experience with funding programs and have been awarded research grants from Dutch and European bodies including Eureka Eurostars, MIT R&D, FP7 and H2020 (in partnership with our parent company Almende).

Collaborate with us!

We are actively looking for collaborations with members of:

Healthcare organizations (GGZ) willing to investigate and experiment with new and better ways of working and participate in clinical trials

Academic institutions aiming to contribute in the formulation of novel research hypotheses, build frameworks to model new theories in psychology, and contribute to statistical analysis

Tech companies willing to collaborate on applied research in healthcare such as by incorporating wearable technology in treatment and by developing decision support algorithms or tools

Do you want to collaborate?

If you belong to these organizations or if you don’t but can see a potential collaboration, send us a mail at [email protected]

The latest research updates

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