Opportunities in Digital Creativity and Mental Health
After months of lockdown, media reports have highlighted the impact recent events have had on mental health - especially in younger age groups - but also the new opportunities presented by emerging digital technologies. From serious games to triage diagnostics, digital tools look to have an increasingly significant role to play in supporting mental wellbeing.
This Academics Disassembled session, led by DC Labs under the Creativity theme, brings a round up of interesting research that is underway or recently completed. This will be an opportunity for researchers interested in the interface between digital tech and mental health to learn about ongoing research and resources at York, form interdisciplinary connections and discuss opportunities for future research and funding.
Please click on the links below to access PDF copies of the slides presented at this event
Presentation to follow from Dr Lina Gega (Health Sciences): An introduction to ComBAT, a 5-year research programme that aims to improve depression in adolescents using behavioural activation (BA) in the community.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to talk to a member of the DC Labs team about opportunities in digital creativity and mental health.