Practitioner review: Co-design of digital mental health technologies with children and young people
Rhys Bevan Jones, Paul Stallard, Sharifah Shameem Agha, Simon Rice, Aliza Werner-Seidler, Karolina Stasiak, Jason Kahn, Sharon A Simpson, Mario Alvarez-Jimenez, Frances Rice, Rhiannon Evans, Sally Merry
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry | WILEY | Published : 2020
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council, Australia
Awarded by Chief Scientist Office of the Scottish Government Health and Social Care Directorates
R.B.J. is supported by the Welsh Government through Health and Care Research Wales (National Institute for Health Research Fellowship, NIHR-PDF-2018), and the authors thank them for their support. S.R. is supported by a Career Development Fellowship (APP115888) and M.A.J. is supported by an Investigator Grant (APP1177235) from the National Health and Medical Research Council, Australia. A.W.S. is supported by a NSW Health Fellowship. S.S. is supported by the Medical Research Council and the Chief Scientist Office of the Scottish Government Health and Social Care Directorates (MC_UU_12017_14, SPHSU14). The authors thank all CYP, parents/carers, practitioners, designers and researchers who have collaborated with us in our studies. The intellectual property for SPARX is held by UniServices. S.M. and K.S. stand to gain financially from any commercialisation of SPARX. J.K. is a cofounder of Neuromotion Labs, which developed/commercialised Mightier. The remaining authors have declared that they have no competing or potential conflicts of interest.