Clinician Perspectives on How Digital Phenotyping Can Inform Client Treatment - Invitation to Participate in Study

We are seeking clinical psychologists to participate in a study exploring clinician perspectives on how digital phenotyping could inform client treatment. Digital phenotyping, also referred to as personal sensing, is a newly emerging technological research idea that involves collecting and analysing data from digital device usage, most commonly smartphones, to generate insights into an individual's behaviour and psychological states beyond the clinical session. If you would like to learn more about this technology, the following short article provides an informative overview: https://medium.com/@sjdalf/smartphone-and-internet-usage-could-provide-insights-into-mental-health-7cafc5820f8a

If you are interested in considering digital phenotyping’s potential to inform clinical practice and offering your insights on the application of this technology as a psychologist, then please contact Dr Simon D'Alfonso <dalfonso@unimelb.edu.au>. We are conducting 1-hour individual interviews with mental health clinicians and as a participant you will receive, depending on your choice, a $50 Gift Card for Amazon or Coles. Once notified of your interest, we will send you further information detailing this study.