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10 Nov 2021

Balancing the Grind with Dr. Elizabeth Berryman, Founder & Director of chnnl

An interview with our CEO & Founder, Dr Elizabeth Berryman by Balance the Grind

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08 Nov 2021

We’re Celebrating National STEM Day

It’s National STEM Day today, 8th November, and to celebrate this day, we’ve talked to thirteen women who work in STEM and asked them why women leaders are needed to…

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04 Nov 2021

chnnl Named As ANZX Early Stage Company 2021

Technology Investment Network (TIN) has named the ten most promising NZX Early Stage Companies in this year’s TIN Report, announced today at its virtual launch and awards event.

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16 Oct 2021

Three apps that can help ask, 'Are you OK today?'

20 Jun 2021

2021 NZ 'Most Innovative Hi-Tech Service' Winner

Award-winning health solutions start-up chnnl has won the Kiwibank ‘Most Innovative Hi-Tech Service’ award for its innovation and efforts within the mental health and wellbeing space at the New Zealand…

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19 Mar 2021

Dr Elizabeth Berryman Features in 65+ Global Influencer List

Check out this list, published by AIHR Digital which lists our CEO & Founder, Dr. Elizabeth Berryman as one of 65+ inspiring people from the global HR tech world!

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26 Nov 2020

chnnlxNBR

Mental health insights platform chnnl funnels through anonymised data from employees to their employers about their wellbeing in as little as 30 seconds each day. Since the beginning of NZ's first Covid-19 lockdown, chnnl has been riding the mental health wave.

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25 Sep 2020

chnnl features on The Spinoff's 'Business is Boring' podcast

Business is Boring is a weekly podcast series presented by The Spinoff in association with Callaghan Innovation.

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23 Sep 2020

Covid 19 coronavirus: Kiwi workplace wellbeing app chnnl about to go global

A Kiwi startup that promotes wellbeing by monitoring workplace stress and bullying is about to go global.

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30 Jun 2020

Dr Elizabeth Berryman’s TedX Talk: ‘The need to belong’

Dr Elizabeth Berryman talks about the greatest social experiment of our generation - Belonging.

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22 Jun 2020

chnnl Features on Ticker Jumpstart

With an audience of 3 million Australians per month, Dr Elizabeth Berryman explains how chnnl can help employees and employers alike.

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20 May 2020

Under pressure retail staff helped by new well-being app

Retail workers under pressure as New Zealanders flock to the shops could be helped by a daily mental health app

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13 May 2020

chnnl allows healthcare providers to check staff’s wellbeing during the covid crisis

As the covid-19 crisis continues, wellbeing app ‘chnnl’ has been developed to keep track of the mental wellbeing of healthcare staff across New Zealand.

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20 Apr 2020

Psychological support for the wellbeing of Frontline healthcare workers

chnnl (pronounced channel), an app which anonymously tracks employee mental wellbeing

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09 Apr 2020

New app tracks mental health of Wellington ICU staff

Staff at Wellington Hospital's Intensive Care Unit have a new way to acess mental health support thanks to the chnnl app.  

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01 Apr 2020

chnnl's Covid-19 response for front-line workers

chnnl was featured on Seven Sharp about how we are supporting frontline Healthcare workers through the COVID-19 response.

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11 Mar 2020

Wellbeing App provides channel for hospital staff

Waitematā and Auckland DHB's are using the Chnnl app to listen and respond to staff wellbeing

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31 Mar 2019

Dr Elizabeth Berryman - Digital Health 2019

Looking forward to heading to Houston, Texas at the end of this month to talk about the unique challenges for start-ups in health tech and ethical dilemmas in e-mental health.

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13 Dec 2017

NZMA election

The other election – in which med student Elizabeth Berryman looks to lead the NZMA

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21 Apr 2017

A medical student wants to become NZMA President

NZ Doctor reports: NZMA president Pippa MacKay says the lobby group’s future will be imperilled if a medical student becomes chair of the association.

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