We are delighted to announce a best paper award (top 1% of 2960 submissions) for our paper “Engagement with Mental Health Screening on Mobile Devices: Results from an Antenatal Feasibility Study” at CHI 2019 (PDF). We have also received an honorable mention award (top 5%) for our paper “HCI and Affective Health: Taking stock of a decade of studies and charting future research directions” (PDF).… Read more
We are delighted that three research papers have been accepted for presentation at CHI 2019! ACM CHI is the highest profile competitive venue for publishing HCI research – there were just under 3000 paper submissions this year.
The first is based on our collaboration with Imperial College London on antenatal mental health screening: K. Doherty, J. Marcano-Belisario, M. Cohn, N. Mastellos, C. Morrison, J. Car, and G. Doherty. 2019. Engagement with Mental Health Screening on Mobile Devices: Results from … Read more
Much of our work concerns the topic of user engagement, but there are many ways of defining and measuring the concept. We have just published a systematic review of the different conceptions of engagement in the HCI literature:
On World Mental Health day, we announced reaching the milestone of 200,000 people who have used the SilverCloud platform to access online mental and behavioural health programs. This is an amazing achievement for all of the team involved and a great example of interdisciplinary research with an impact. The company emerged directly from work we have carried out over the last 15 years, and particularly our Technology Enhanced Therapy project between TCD, the NDRC, and the ParentsPlus charity.
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School of Computer Science and Statistics, Trinity College Dublin.
Mental and behavioural health conditions pose a major challenge to healthcare providers and society at large. It is generally accepted that mental health services are struggling to meet the needs of existing audiences as well as failing to reach large proportions of those in need. Technologies can help both to improve access to treatment, and help people to engage with treatment.… Read more
Design is driven by our understanding of users’ experiences. This may involve users’ reports of their experiences, in the moment, after the fact, or ahead of time. Likewise many mental and behavioural health interventions rely on various forms of self report. In our new paper we look at how both design and health interventions might be better informed by attending more carefully to differences between different forms of self-report.
Kevin Doherty, Gavin Doherty, The construal of experience in HCI: Understanding … Read more
A new call for EDGE Marie Skłodowska Curie postdoctoral research fellowships has opened. These are prestigious and well funded positions. Note that only applicants who have not been resident in Ireland over 12 months in the previous 3 years are eligible to apply (for specific guidance, see the application documents section of the EDGE website). Applying will involve developing a specific proposal (maximum 8 pages) with your prospective supervisor. I am happy to supervise applicants interested in the tailored … Read more
Marie Curie PhD Studentship in Mobile Applications to Support Emotion Regulation in Mental Health
We are seeking an excellent Early Stage Researcher (ESR) who must be eligible to enrol as a PhD.
Closing Date and Time: 5pm on 15/5/2017
The selected PhD student will be paid a gross annual salary of approximately €31,400 over a 3 year fixed term contract. They will also be entitled to a mobility allowance of approximately €6,500 per annum and potentially a family allowance where … Read more
Thanks to funding from ACM SIGCHI and The Adapt Centre, we are organising an International Summer School on e-Health and m-Health at Trinity College Dublin, tentatively scheduled for 26th-30th June 2017. The event will be targetted at PhD and new postdoctoral level researchers in HCI, Computer Science, Psychology and the Health Sciences who are active in the area of e-Health. We are currently recruiting speakers and planning the programme. If you are interested in getting involved, or sending your students, … Read more
UPDATE: This paper has received a Best Paper award (top 1% of 2400 submissions)! We will be presenting a paper titled “m-Health for Maternal Mental Health: Everyday wisdom in Ethical Design” at CHI 2017 in Denver. The paper is the result of a collaborative project with the School of Public Health at Imperial College London. CHI is the leading venue internationally for HCI research, and extremely competitive, with well over two thousand paper submissions per year. Congratulations to Marguerite Barry … Read more