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Mobile Phones and Psychosocial Therapies with Vulnerable People: a First State of the Art

Maria Yolanda García Vázquez, Carlos Ferrás Sexto, Álvaro Rocha, Adrián Aguilera
2016 Journal of medical systems  
We identified scientific papers published between 2006 and 2015 resorting to academic databases available on the Internet, applying a systematic selection method based on quality criteria.  ...  Mobile phones are becoming a communication tool commonly used by people all over the world; and they are started to be adopted in psychosocial therapies involving vulnerable people.  ...  [9] Empirical study from the United States based on a survey of outpatient services to determine mobile phone use patterns amongst people with mental health issues.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10916-016-0500-y pmid:27194134 pmcid:PMC5516904 fatcat:mvqrpljvvnc3xatulchd7vum3q

The use of digital technology to enhance language and literacy skills for Indigenous people: A systematic literature review

Jia Li, Amareen Brar, Novera Roihan
2021 Computers and Education Open  
Thus, by a systematic review of 25 empirical studies, this article examines the evidence for the efficacy of using digital technologies to support Indigenous people's learning of language and literacy  ...  on digital technology use for Indigenous people's learning of language and literacy skills.  ...  The second author, Amareen Brar was supported by a Zilinsky Graduate Scholarship for new knowledge benefitting the quality of life for Indigenous children and youth.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.caeo.2021.100035 fatcat:h4llu6ycifdgvldyutto5u53ua

People centred population based linked data research and analysis

Matthias Schneider, Christopher Gordon Radbone, Stacy Ann Vasquez, Miroslav Palfy, Andrew Kristjan Stanley
2019 International Journal of Population Data Science  
efficient storage of linkage mapping using a NoSQL graph daatabase.  ...  It arguably provides the broadest range of linked data sources in Australia, focussing on administrative datasets and clinical registries from various health and human services domains.  ...  Conflicts of Interest Statement The authors of this publication are remunerated staff members of SA NT DataLink.  ... 
doi:10.23889/ijpds.v4i2.1136 pmid:32935038 pmcid:PMC7482520 fatcat:2kedqaoel5bqtljhvbt6yqtpee

Human-Computer Interaction in Digital Mental Health

Luke Balcombe, Diego De Leo
2022 Informatics  
Human-computer interaction (HCI) has contributed to the design and development of some efficient, user-friendly, cost-effective, and adaptable digital mental health solutions.  ...  HCI modeling may assist in the design and development of usable applications, and to effectively recognize, acknowledge, and address the inequities of mental health care and suicide prevention and assist  ...  In 2015, a systematic review of online peer-to-peer support for young people found a lack of studies and effectiveness despite increased use as an active intervention [69] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/informatics9010014 fatcat:2zva3cwrcjcq3irr3ra2nbxwhy

Meaning in life and the experience of older people

Peter Derkx, Pien Bos, Hanne Laceulle, Anja Machielse
2019 International Journal of Ageing and Later Life  
possible refinements and directions for future exploration of meaning in life in the context of ageing.  ...  This dialogue between theory and narrative is used to provide concretisation and clarification of the seven components, thereby enhancing the understanding of the theory, while at the same time suggesting  ...  Thanks also for the instructive comments of two anonymous reviewers at the International Journal of Ageing and Later Life, and to Jane Roffe for her help in translating this article.  ... 
doi:10.3384/ijal.1652-8670.19467 fatcat:ky76ddie4fhffekp6su4xmtbcq

Characteristics of effective online interventions: implications for adolescents with personality disorder during a global pandemic

Samantha Reis, Emily L. Matthews, Brin F.S. Grenyer
2021 Research in Psychotherapy Psychopathology Process and Outcome  
However, 32 online mental health programs and 41 published empirical studies were included for analysis.  ...  Phase one consisted of a search and examination of existing online mental health programs for adolescents with symptoms of personality disorder, to understand how to best use online platforms.  ...  health My Digital Health App and Online program Australia Adults: 18 + years c Depression, anxiety and mental health and wellbeing courses a SPARX The University of Auckland Online program  ... 
doi:10.4081/ripppo.2020.488 pmid:33585296 pmcid:PMC7875074 fatcat:mawtmsc5xrcdzgc2kxfswaqh6e

Australia in 2030: what is our path to health for all?

Kathryn Backholer, Fran Baum, Summer M Finlay, Sharon Friel, Billie Giles-Corti, Alexandra Jones, Rebecca Patrick, Jane Shill, Belinda Townsend, Fiona Armstrong, Phil Baker, Kathryn Bowen (+29 others)
2021 Medical Journal of Australia  
, including a constitutional voice for Indigenous peoples.  ...  Reflections on the future of public health and health promotion require thorough consideration of the role of digital technologies and the systems they influence.  ...  It was established by the Victorian Parliament as part of the Tobacco Act 1987 and has a primary focus on promoting good health for all and preventing chronic disease.  ... 
doi:10.5694/mja2.51020 pmid:33934362 fatcat:6kl2kmabjjethfqv43tlfqonma

Documenting Research with Transgender, Nonbinary, and Other Gender Diverse (Trans) Individuals and Communities: Introducing the Global Trans Research Evidence Map

Zack Marshall, Vivian Welch, Alexa Minichiello, Michelle Swab, Fern Brunger, Chris Kaposy
2019 Transgender Health  
The objectives of this study were to: (1) increase access to trans research; (2) map and describe trans research across subject fields; and (3) identify evidence gaps and opportunities for more responsible  ...  The 10 topics studied most frequently were: (1) therapeutics and surgeries; (2) gender identity and expression; (3) mental health; (4) biology and physiology; (5) discrimination and marginalization; (6  ...  In addition, we are grateful for the work of a large team of research assistants who supported this project at different stages of the review process.  ... 
doi:10.1089/trgh.2018.0020 pmid:30842978 pmcid:PMC6400230 fatcat:o76wvzwzqvffldso5q2dhefzky

A Scoping Review of the Factors That Influence Families' Ability or Capacity to Provide Young People With Emotional Support Over the Transition to Adulthood

Emily Stapley, Isabella Vainieri, Elizabeth Li, Hannah Merrick, Mairi Jeffery, Sally Foreman, Polly Casey, Roz Ullman, Melissa Cortina
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
Gaps in the research area were also identified, including methodological issues (e.g., lack of mixed methods and longitudinal study designs), a disproportionate focus on the parent–child relationship,  ...  A scoping review was conducted to identify the factors that influence families' ability or capacity to provide young people with emotional support during the transition to adulthood, and to understand  ...  Finally, we thank Sandra and Natalia, Champions at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, for working with us on this project and for providing valuable insights from their perspectives  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.732899 pmid:34721198 pmcid:PMC8555465 fatcat:cyju3y6yv5cyzg4hzpiyfwkqrm

Strengths-based actions to enhance wellbeing in the time of COVID-19

Tayyab Rashid, Robert E. McGrath
2020 International Journal of Wellbeing  
Consistent with the zeitgeist of our times-equity, social justice, digital connections, the paper offers easily implemented, concrete actions using character strengths in adaptive ways to reduce the likelihood  ...  COVID-19 is truly an unprecedented event, forcing nearly four billion people into isolation, social distancing, and requiring people to rigorously follow public health measures such as frequent hand washing  ...  The study assessed wellbeing, life satisfaction, social participation, diet behaviour, sleep quality, technology use, and psychosocial support.  ... 
doi:10.5502/ijw.v10i4.1441 fatcat:bgs5vyldorfopdioakrih5widm

Interventions designed to improve therapeutic communications between black and minority ethnic people and professionals working in psychiatric services: a systematic review of the evidence for their effectiveness

Kamaldeep Bhui, Rabbea'h W Aslam, Andrea Palinski, Rose McCabe, Mark RD Johnson, Scott Weich, Swaran Preet Singh, Martin Knapp, Vittoria Ardino, Ala Szczepura
2015 Health Technology Assessment  
Only two studies, one a pilot trial and one a case series, included economic data; in both, a favourable but weak economic case could be made for the intervention.  ...  Health Research Health Technology Assessment programme.  ...  UK Improving pathways into mental health care for black and ethnic minority groups: a systematic review of the grey literature UK Ethnic variations in pathways to and use of specialist mental health services  ... 
doi:10.3310/hta19310 pmid:25921977 fatcat:ay33nhn4pze2lgpjhvjaqvjrsm

Ensuring patient and public involvement in the transition to AI‐assisted mental health care: A systematic scoping review and agenda for design justice

Teodor Zidaru, Elizabeth M. Morrow, Rich Stockley
2021 Health Expectations  
Three main themes reflect the challenges and opportunities associated with PPI in AI-assisted mental health care: (a) applications of AI technologies in mental health care; (b) ethics of public engagement  ...  for mental health.  ...  Canada Hensel 2019 Research: Review and case study Digital health solutions for Indigenous mental health Review of digital health solutions being used for Indigenous mental well-being and local  ... 
doi:10.1111/hex.13299 pmid:34118185 fatcat:i64ljjahnrdkrl3d3ynewbezcu

Understanding digital health ecosystem from Australian citizens' perspective: A scoping review

Abraham Oshni Alvandi, Chris Bain, Frada Burstein, Shane Patman
2021 PLoS ONE  
This understanding lays a strong foundation for designing and fostering DH ecosystem. The results provide a solid ground for empirical testing.  ...  Digital health (DH) and the benefits of related services are fairly well understood.  ...  For the "Digital Health" theme, the concept of "Digital Health" was used individually.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0260058 pmid:34780547 pmcid:PMC8592460 fatcat:2yqsairk35d2fjwnisijpm6ekm

An Integrative Review of Contemporary Perspectives on Videoconference-Based Therapy—Prioritising Indigenous and Ethnic Minority Populations in the Global South

Ben Classen, Keith Tudor, Elizabeth du Preez, Elizabeth Day, Julia Ioane, Brian Rodgers
2021 Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science  
This review was conducted in a way which placed emphasis on the need for mental healthcare strategies which are mindful of the cultural and social needs of indigenous and ethnic minority populations, particularly  ...  However, research into the efficacy, impact and cultural implications of this technology in relation to indigenous and ethnic minority populations represents a significant gap within contemporary literature  ...  A more recent review of indigenous telehealth by Dawson et al. (2020) covered literature which focused on the outcomes of clinical trials for both mental and physical health.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41347-021-00209-3 pmid:33898737 pmcid:PMC8058578 fatcat:vkknyn2ijrco7dhggzrknq7m3a

Transforming global governance: images of futures from people on the periphery

Anita Sykes-Kelleher, Prof. Dennis R. Morgan
2015 Foresight  
The criteria used to construct these possible futures are then used to construct a model and story for  ...  Informed by futures research and the perspectives and stories of nations and peoples currently unrepresented in global decision-making forums such as the United Nations General Assembly, the thesis maps  ...  Social, ecological, political, economic, spiritual and technological progress of the human family and the planetary health and wellbeing of Earth. 2045 U 2045 .N.  ... 
doi:10.1108/fs-01-2014-0004 fatcat:6i66gn2q6nfihes2fzmpx464vq
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