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Terry Fleming
Digital mental health & population youth health research. Co-creator of SPARX cCBT. Dr Terry (Theresa) Fleming, Snr lecturer & .
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Global indigenous suicide prevention and mental health & wellbeing research symposium, NZ, Feb 2018
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Terry Fleming Jan 16
Replying to @GrumpyYetAmusin
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Terry Fleming Jan 16
Computer vs. human ‘At risk’ adolescents contrast their experiences of cCBT and face-to-face therapy. Full text of our research poster:
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Terry Fleming Jan 11
. & will like this is so often seen as a cure-all in digital health interventions . Not that I don't love it- just that it is not the whole answer on it's on & is possible to do well & not so.
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Terry Fleming Jan 11
Whew. You know your kids best. Maybe this take is useful sometimes?
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Terry Fleming Jan 11
Can I use 'duck-horse' in a scientific paper? "In the context of limited resources & disparate preferences, it was essential to make a decision around focus to avoid making a ‘duckhorse’ (combination of approaches to appeal to all, resulting in an approach effective for none)."
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Terry Fleming Jan 10
, Where young people's parents worry about money for food, unsurprisingly, young people have poorer mental health.
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Terry Fleming Jan 10
and I talking about these issues today
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Terry Fleming Jan 10
did you do this graph Jude? Wanting to share with .
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Terry Fleming Jan 10
Replying to @koziolmclain
meant to tag & great (just wait till you see the youth app this team is working on!)
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Terry Fleming Jan 10
Aotearoa/NZ homegrown tech effective in reducing exposure to violence among Māori women. Important work from out today:
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Terry Fleming Jan 10
, and others more involved w this one.
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Terry Fleming Jan 10
: Mental Elf blog of our research: AU trial of SPARX
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Terry Fleming Jan 10
Yes all trials, including of psychological therapies, need to asess and report harms. This should be part of publication requirements.
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Terry Fleming Jan 10
Replying to @Mental_Elf
Not just the trial, but the publication needs to be fast. No time for journals which take many months to review & publish!
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Terry Fleming Jan 10
Replying to @Mental_Elf
Yes, timing of development, traditional trial, peer review and replication is too slow for digital interventions to feel contemporary.
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Terry Fleming Jan 10
Replying to @Mental_Elf
We developed SPARX & SPARX-R with game components to be more engaging than some , but updates etc difficult on a research budget
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Terry Fleming Jan 10
Replying to @Mental_Elf
Implementation, or a large trial, needs more testing than a basic research prototype. Esp for a game being delivered on varied systems.
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Terry Fleming Jan 10
Replying to @Becs
You would be AMAZING!
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Terry Fleming Jan 10
& You might like to see, Inuit specific game being developed w indigenous Nunavut youth.
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