e-Health Interventions in Pediatric Psychology: Division 54 Task Force Survey Results

A survey was sent out by the e-Health Interventions in Pediatric Psychology Div. 54 Task Force was completed by 102 Div. 54 respondents.

Here are highlights from the survey:

  • Overall, the respondents had “no/some” experiences with technologies, yet generally had “much interest” in learning about the range of technologies.

  • There was interest in technologies across research, practice and education, with practice being the highest rating of “much interest.”

  • There was “much interest” in further training in e-health, telepsychology, mobile mhealth and ethical/legal issues across technologies.

  • There was “much interest” in all proposed potential Div. 54 resources, with the highest interest in Web resources and mobile apps.

  • There was more interest in supporting e-health technologies within existing Div. 54 special interest groups (SIGs) than establishing a new technology-specific SIG.

The task force members are continuing their work and are focusing on practical steps to encourage e-health interventions (Web-based resources, workshops at conferences, collaborating with SIG chairs, etc.).

View the full survey report

 

Members of the Task Force

  • Lee Ritterband and Eve-Lynn Nelson, co-chairs

  • Mark Connelly

  • Christopher Cushing

  • Ryan Landoll

  • Sheilagh Mulvaney

  • Tonya Palermo

  • Michael Seid

  • Ric Steele

  • Yelena Wu

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Overall respondents expressed great interest in further training in e-health, telepsychology, mobile mhealth and ethical/legal issues across technologies.

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Friday, March 4, 2016

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