Dr. Karen Ingersoll will provide a poster entitled: Secure messaging through PositiveLinks: Examination of electronic communication in a clinic-affiliated smartphone app for patients living with HIV.
You are invited to the
University of Virginia, Department of Psychiatry & Neurobehavioral Sciences
Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Sandridge Auditorium, McKim Hall
MOBILE TECHNOLOGY IN MENTAL HEALTH
Philip Chow completed his B.A. in Psychology at Cornell University, his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and is a 2016 NIH mHealth Training Institute Scholar. He completed a UVA Hobby post-doctoral fellowship sponsored by the departments of psychology and engineering. His current research leverages mobile technology to track and intervene in mood and anxiety disorders, as well as health related behaviors. He has several projects examining the use of smartphones to remotely monitor and intervene in distress symptoms in cancer populations. Much of his research integrates innovative methods and approaches in psychology and engineering.
(1) become familiar with some terminology in mobile mental health research;
(2) understand some of the ways that mobile technology can address pressing mental health needs
(3) learn some practical tips for choosing and evaluating mental health related apps on app stores.
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