Connecting The Dots: Novel Social Media Technologies For Long-Term Functional Recovery In First Episode Psychosis
Grant number: 1082934 | Funding period: 2016 - 2019
The aim of this program of research is to evaluate the effectiveness of innovative online social media and mobile-based interventions purposely designed to improve long-term recovery in youth mental health (i.e., early psychosis and youth depression). These pioneering interventions have been designed by a large multidisciplinary team through the integration of cutting-edge social media technologies, new psychological models and strong consumer-youth participation.
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