Centre for Biopsychosocial and eHealth Research and Innovation (CBeRI)
The Centre for Biopsychosocial and eHealth Research and Innovation (CBeRI) is a research centre within the Faculty of Health whose ultimate goal is to conduct research to decrease ill health and increase wellbeing by developing, evaluating and disseminating cutting edge health care technologies that are engaging, tailored, sustainable, and scalable.
CBeRI's broad objectives encompass:
- The development of innovative, technology-based, biopsychosocial health care interventions through various applications and platforms that improve ill health and increase wellbeing.
- Health care and eHealth intervention research (mental, physical and disabilities), spanning the health care activity spectrum (health promotion, education, prevention, early intervention, treatment and chronic disease, rehabilitation and crisis management) to improve ill health and increase wellbeing.
- Investigating the causal and disease maintenance mechanisms (biological, physiological, neural, psychological, social and environmental factors) associated with and contributing to ill health and wellbeing.