Transdisciplinary ethical principles and standards for mobile mental health

Bowie-DaBreo, Dionne and Iles-Smith, Heather and Sunram-Lea, Sandra-Ilona and Sas, Corina (2020) Transdisciplinary ethical principles and standards for mobile mental health. In: Mental Wellbeing: Future Agenda Drawing from Design, HCI, and Big Data, 2020-07-062020-07-07.

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Abstract

This position paper addresses the continued ethical challenges in mobile mental health and the need for transdisciplinary ethical principles and standards to facilitate the development of ethically designed mental health technologies. By comparing and synthesising ethical codes of conduct across disciplines in digital mental health – namely psychology, healthcare, human computer interaction, computer science, and engineering – we suggest transdisciplinary ethical principles and standards to facilitate the development of ethically designed mental health technologies. These preliminary findings form part of a larger research project which seeks to develop a transdisciplinary approach to the ethical design, marketing, and implementation of mental health technologies.

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Contribution to Conference (Paper)
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Mental Wellbeing: Future Agenda Drawing from Design, HCI, and Big Data
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08 Jul 2020 11:20
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