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Applying Human-Centered Design in Global Mental Health to Improve Reach Among Underserved Populations in the United States and India

Publication Year: 2023
Contributing Organisation: A Research Program on Children and Adversity School of Social Work Boston College,Bangalore Hospice Trust – Karunashraya Institute for Palliative Care Education and Research - Bangalore India,Boston College School of Social Work,Community member from the
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Learning Themes: Global Health

Human-centered design (HCD) refers to a diverse suite of interactive processes that engage end users in the development of a desired outcome. We showcase how 2 global mental health research teams applied HCD to develop mobile health tools, each directed at reducing treatment gaps in underserved populations.

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