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Successful youth participation in health research depends on the attitudes of adults.

Hannah L Pincham, Jackson Harrison, Philippa Collin,

Lancet Child Adolesc Health (The Lancet. Child & adolescent health)
[2020, 4(12):857-859]

Cited: 0 times

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Mental Health Technologies: Designing With Consumers.

Simone Orlowski, Ben Matthews, Niranjan Bidargaddi, Gabrielle Jones, Sharon Lawn, Anthony Venning, Philippa Collin,

Despite growing interest in the promise of e-mental and well-being interventions, little supporting literature exists to guide their design and the evaluation of their effectiveness. Both participatory design (PD) and design thinking (DT) have emerged as approaches that hold significant potential for supporting design in this space. Each approach is ... Read more >>

JMIR Hum Factors (JMIR human factors)
[2016, 3(1):e4]

Cited: 7 times

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Participatory Research as One Piece of the Puzzle: A Systematic Review of Consumer Involvement in Design of Technology-Based Youth Mental Health and Well-Being Interventions.

Simone Kate Orlowski, Sharon Lawn, Anthony Venning, Megan Winsall, Gabrielle M Jones, Kaisha Wyld, Raechel A Damarell, Gaston Antezana, Geoffrey Schrader, David Smith, Philippa Collin, Niranjan Bidargaddi,

BACKGROUND:Despite the potential of technology-based mental health interventions for young people, limited uptake and/or adherence is a significant challenge. It is thought that involving young people in the development and delivery of services designed for them leads to better engagement. Further research is required to understand the role of participatory ... Read more >>

JMIR Hum Factors (JMIR human factors)
[2015, 2(2):e12]

Cited: 33 times

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Young men's attitudes and behaviour in relation to mental health and technology: implications for the development of online mental health services.

Louise A Ellis, Philippa Collin, Patrick J Hurley, Tracey A Davenport, Jane M Burns, Ian B Hickie,

BACKGROUND: This mixed-methods study was designed to explore young Australian men's attitudes and behaviour in relation to mental health and technology use to inform the development of online mental health services for young men. METHODS: National online survey of 486 males (aged 16 to 24) and 17 focus groups involving ... Read more >>

BMC Psychiatry (BMC psychiatry)
[2013, 13:119]

Cited: 46 times

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Young men, mental health, and technology: implications for service design and delivery in the digital age.

Louise A Ellis, Philippa Collin, Tracey A Davenport, Patrick J Hurley, Jane M Burns, Ian B Hickie,

BACKGROUND: Young men are particularly vulnerable to suicide, drug, and alcohol problems and yet fail to seek appropriate help. An alternative or adjunct to face-to-face services has emerged with widespread uptake of the Internet and related communication technologies, yet very little evidence exists that examines the capacity of the Internet ... Read more >>

J. Med. Internet Res. (Journal of medical Internet research)
[2012, 14(6):e160]

Cited: 17 times

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Providing online support for young people with mental health difficulties: challenges and opportunities explored.

Marianne Webb, Jane Burns, Philippa Collin,

Despite its growing popularity there is a paucity of information exploring the potential of the Internet to build a trusted community that helps reduce stigma, facilitates help-seeking and aids in the prevention or helps in the management of mental health difficulties for young people. Unsupervised online forums or chat rooms ... Read more >>

Early Interv Psychiatry (Early intervention in psychiatry)
[2008, 2(2):108-113]

Cited: 21 times

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Engaging, understanding and including young people in the provision of mental health services.

Rosie Swanton, Philippa Collin, Jane Burns, Ingrid Sorensen,

Suicide continues to be one of the leading causes of death among Australians aged 15-24 years. In order to reduce the burden of mental illness it is essential that we not only improve young people's access to professionals and services but ensure that mental health professionals and young people are ... Read more >>

Int J Adolesc Med Health (International journal of adolescent medicine and health)
[2007, 19(3):325-332]

Cited: 9 times

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