Posted on: 31-May-2019
Darragh McCashin from UCD School of Psychology and the Insight Centre for Data Analytics was one of the runners-up of the UCD Thesisin3 competition with his talk: ''Integrated computer games and apps to support structured delivery of mindfulness-based CBT for children in primary care''.
Posted on: 28-May-2019
TEAM researchers digital mental health innovation project is shortlisted for the Ireland Funds Business Plan Competition. This competition promotes both creativity and entrepreneurial skills for Irish-based early-stage technology entrepreneurs. The Ireland Funds has partnered with NDRC to help bring ideas from concept to pitch.
Posted on: 17-May-2019
The 18th Congress of the "European Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (ESCAP)" will take place in the Imperial Palace - Hofburg, Vienna from June 30 to July 2, 2019. TEAM researchers will deliver a symposium at this congress on Technology for Youth Mental Health: Involving Users, Oportunities and Ethical Implications on the 30th of June.
Posted on: 13-May-2019
Today marks the start of Mental Health Awareness Week. Mental health problems can affect anyone for a many different reasons. Much like physical health, mental health needs to be looked after and there are a variety of ways to do this.
Posted on: 26-Apr-2019
TEAM bids a fond fairwell to partner lead Prof Miranda Wolpert. Prof Wolpert will be leaving TEAM consortium member Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families (AFNCCF) to take up a new post at the Wellcome Trust from May 2019.
Posted on: 22-Apr-2019
On the 26th April 2019, TEAM researcher Darragh McCashin joins others to discuss Pesky gNATs and digital health issues at a Digital Health Behaviour Change Research meeting at Dublin City University.
Posted on: 08-Mar-2019
International Women's Day 2019 takes place today (8th March) and this year's theme is Balance for Better. The #Betterforbalance is a call-to-action to drive gender balance across the world.
Posted on: 01-Mar-2019
Even though my blog post anxiety has slightly improved since my last blog post - I moved on to seeing it as just another uncomfortable activity that is part of my life now - I still wonder, who the hell wants to know about my life or even worse my past year as an Early Career Researcher (Why? Well, you tell me!)
Posted on: 22-Feb-2019
As a medical doctor I have not had a lot of technical training during my education and clinical residency. But I have had a lot of training in medical conditions and gained experience in communicating with patients and doing clinical assessment. These are skills that many technically trained researchers lack.
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