Bridging the Digital Disconnect for Parents: Exploring Parents Views on Using Technology to Promote Young People s Mental Health.
Barry, Margaret M.
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Clarke, AM; Kuosmanen, T; Chambers, D; Barry, MM (2013) Bridging the Digital Disconnect for Parents: Exploring Parents Views on Using Technology to Promote Young People s Mental Health. HPRC & Inspire Ireland and Young and Well CRC.
Bridging the Digital Disconnect is a three-year program of research that aims to develop online mental health anddigital literacy resources for adults - including parents, teachers, youth workers, social workers, general practitioners and mental health professionals - who wish to support the mental health of young people aged12 to25. This program of research is being carried out by the Health Promotion Research Centre at the National University of Ireland Galway and Inspire Ireland Foundation in collaboration with Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, Australia.