I am a Research Fellow based in the NIHR MindTech Medtech Co-Operative research group in the School of Medicine, University of Nottingham. Mindtech is a national centre focusing on the development, adoption and evaluation of new technologies for mental healthcare and dementia. I works on projects relating to evaluating digital technologies for children and young people’s mental health. One of my main interests lies with using digital technologies to support university students’ mental health – for example, how online programmes may be used by universities and counselling services to support their students’ mental health.
This is an important area of work as universities are placing more attention on their students’ mental health and actions they can take to help their students. I am also interested in university students’ perfectionism and its links with their mental health and academic achievement.
Please visit the MindTech website for more information about my work, or visit my Google Scholar page to read more about my publications.
Bethan Davies, University of Nottingham: firstname.lastname@example.org
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