Re: metal health issue paper as a research module


I fully support moving the mental health work into a research module.

Within this context, how would we capture references and key researchers/
other individuals who we should reach out to?

Kind regards,


On Wed, May 5, 2021 at 8:14 AM Lisa Seeman <> wrote:

> Hi Folks
> We discussed  turning the mental health issue paper into a
> research module. Do we want to change it?
> Metal health issue paper:
> <>
> Research module example:
> The template could then be  (from Phase_2_research
> <>):
> *Overview of the condition*
>   Bulleted list item
>    Add to this section a short overview of the condition. Include any
> effects that might relate to use of Internet technologies.
> *Challenges*
>   How does the disorder result in challenges when using the internet.
> (Mainly literary review). Quantify the extent when known.  the perspective
> of using technology and the web
> *Risks*
>     How/when can the internet exasperate the symptoms or harm this use
> groups (Mainly literary review)  Quantify what is the harm and the extent
> when known. Tag subjective data as such.
> *Advantages of internet use*
>     How/when can the internet help this use group (Mainly literary review)
> *Scenarios and User Stories*
>      Summary of any additional Existing Research and Guidelines (if it
> exists)
> *Summary of Existing Research and Guidelines*
> *Potential solutions*
>      Ideas and solutions for the challenges.

Rachael Montgomery, PhD
Director, Accessible Community

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I will frame this night in song."
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