Faculty of Health

Professor Britt Klein

Title: 'Prof Robert HT Smith' Professor and Personal Chair in Psychology & eHealth
Phone: (03) 5327 6717
Email: b.klein@federation.edu.au
Room: H219
Discipline: DVC-Research and Innovation Portfolio
Collaborative Research Network

Qualifications

BA (Hons), DPsych (Clinical)

Professional associations

Prof Klein is a member of various professional organisations such as the International Society for Research on Internet Interventions (ISRII), the Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy (AACBT), the Australian Psychological Society (Clinical College), and holds APHRA registration as a psychologist with clinical psychology endorsement and board approved supervisor (Registrar Program and Higher Degree Program).

Over the last 5 years, Klein was the former Deputy Chair and/or Member of Reconnexion Inc Australia Board of Management, who offers a specialist clinical treatment service for people with anxiety disorders, depression and dependency on benzodiazepines.  Klein has/is sitting on several boards advising on eHealth interventions and other external committees (e.g., Federal Government Department of Health and Ageing tele-web expert advisory group, Treasurer of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) ePsychology group, Lifeline Suicide Prevention Foundation, NIH Data Management and Security Board). Prof Klein was also a member of the beyond blue Increasing Access to Psychological Therapies (OZ) National Reference Group Committee and is on the beyond blue's New Access Reference Group. Prof Klein has also sat on numerous international and national conference organising or scientific committees.

Prof Klein was the Co-Editor of e-JAP (eJournal of Applied Psychology), and is on the editorial review board with Health Psychology, the Journal of Anxiety Disorders, and Internet Interventions and regularly reviews for various national and international journals. In addition, Prof Klein was a co-editor and author on the recently published book: The Oxford Guide to Low Intensity CBT Interventions.

Main research interests

  • the use of technology (eHealth, mHealth, uHealth, vHealth) to predict and maximise mental and physical health and wellbeing outcomes
  • online clinical assessment tools/systems
  • the development of innovative models of healthcare and health policy reform
  • the integration of eHealth into academic professional training and professional practice
  • anxiety, mood, alcohol and drug dependence disorders, eating and other addiction disorders, suicide
  • help seeking, mental health literacy and stigma
  • GLBTI mental health and wellbeing
  • older age mental health and wellbeing
  • regional and rural health and wellbeing
  • biopsychosocial determinants of ill health and wellbeing

Supervised projects

Over the last 5 years Klein has seen four doctoral students, two Masters and four Honours students to completion. Klein currently supervises three doctoral students and four Masters students, as well as the supervision of post-graduate clinical psychology students whilst on clinical placement.

PhD. Promoting mental health and well-being via the Internet.

PhD. Online clinical assessment interview schedules: Self report. Psychometrics and acceptability

PhD. Anxiety Online: Data Mining, Attrition and Market Basket Modelling procedures.

PhD. Predictors of mental health outcomes in users of an online self-help intervention

Doctor of Psychology. A RCT of a bulimia nervosa online treatment program.

Doctor of Psychology. Youth diabetes and mental health prevention online modalities: What do youth and parents need?

Doctor of Psychology. Social phobics' use of the internet and the impact of altered personae in chat rooms on distress levels.

Masters: The relationship between playing Wii, Depression, Sense of belonging, social support and in mood in Australian nursing home residents

Masters: The role of stoicism between mental health literacy and help seeking intentions in Older Australians

Masters: Australian attitudes towards mental health services, and the role of stigma and stoicism as predictors of e-Mental health preference.

Masters: The Effects of a Skype Videoconferencing Intervention on Loneliness, Depression, Anxiety, and Life Satisfaction Among Older Australian Aged Care Residents: A Randomised Controlled Trial

Masters. Use of Mindfulness Online with IVF couples.

Masters. A randomised controlled trial of a fully automated online mindfulness-based intervention used by people with problematic alcohol use.

Honours: A randomised controlled trial of a fully automated online mindfulness program focussing on 18-25 year TAFE and Further Education Students.

Honours. Parental mental health literacy and stigma and childhood anxiety disorders.

Honours: Attrition and adherence to mental health websites.

Honours. Mental health literacy, personality factors, stigma and learning styles between e-mental health users and non e-mental health users.

Publications

Titov, N., Dear, B.F., Zou, J.B., Shehzad, A., Lorian, C.N., Johnston, L., Terides, M.D., Kayrouz, R., Klein, B., Gandy, M., & Fogliati, V. (accepted). Clinical and cost-effectiveness of therapist-guided internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy for older adults with symptoms of anxiety: A randomized controlled trial. Behavior Therapy.

Hadjistavropoulos, H.D., Hesser, H., Andersson, G., Ivanov, M., Butz, C., Marchildon, G., Shoyama, H., Asmundson, G., Klein, B., Austin, D. (accepted). Effectiveness of therapist-assisted internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy for depression and anxiety: A Canadian multi-site trial. Journal of Anxiety Disorders.

Dear, B.F., Zou, J.B., Lorian, C.N., Shehzad, A., Johnston, L., Sheehan, J., Staples, L.G., Gandy, M., Fogliati, V., Klein, B., & Titov, N. (accepted). Clinical and cost-effectiveness of therapist-guided internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy for older adults with symptoms of anxiety: A randomized controlled trial. Behavior Therapy.

Wootten, A., Abbott, J., Chisholm, K., Austin, D., Klein, B., McCabe, M., Costello, A., & Murphy, D. (accepted). Development, feasibility and usability of an online psychological intervention for men with prostate cancer: My Road Ahead. Internet Interventions.

Al-Asadi, A., Klein, B., & Meyer, D. (2014). Post-treatment attrition and predictors, attrition bias, and efficacy of the Anxiety Online program. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 10, e232

Fuller-Tyszkiewicz, M., Richardson, B., Skouteris, H., Austin, D., Castle, D., Busija, L., Klein, B., Holmes, M., & Broadbent, J. (2014). Optimizing prediction of binge eating episodes: A comparison approach to test alternative conceptualizations of the affect regulation model. Journal of Eating Disorders, 2, 28

Lauder, S., Chester, A., Dodd, S., Glilddon, E., Berk, L., Chamberlin, J., Klein, B., Gilbert, M., Austin, D., & Berk, M.  (2014). A randomised head to head trial of MoodSwings.net.au:  An internet based self-help program for bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders. 171, 13-21

Kyrios, M., Nedeljkovic, M., Moulding, R., Klein, B., Austin, D., Ahern., C., & Meyer, D. (2014). Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial of internet-based cognitive-behavioural therapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder. BMC Psychiatry, 14:209

Titov, N., Dear, B.F., Zou, J.B., Shehzad, A., Lorian, C.N., Johnston, L., Terides, M.D., Kayrouz, R., Klein, B., Gandy, M., & Fogliati, V. (accepted). Clinical and cost-effectiveness of therapist-guided internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy for older adults with symptoms of anxiety: A randomized controlled trial. Behavior Therapy.

Hadjistavropoulos, H.D., Hesser, H., Andersson, G., Ivanov, M., Butz, C., Marchildon, G., Shoyama, H., Asmundson, G., Klein, B., Austin, D. (accepted). Effectiveness of therapist-assisted internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy for depression and anxiety: A Canadian multi-site trial. Journal of Anxiety Disorders.

Dear, B.F., Zou, J.B., Lorian, C.N., Shehzad, A., Johnston, L., Sheehan, J., Staples, L.G., Gandy, M., Fogliati, V., Klein, B., & Titov, N. (accepted). Clinical and cost-effectiveness of therapist-guided internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy for older adults with symptoms of anxiety: A randomized controlled trial. Behavior Therapy Behavior Therapy.

Al-Asadi, A., Klein, B., & Meyer, D. (in press). Post-treatment attrition and predictors, attrition bias, and efficacy of the Anxiety Online program. Journal of Medical Internet Research.

Fuller-Tyszkiewicz, M., Richardson, B., Skouteris, H., Austin, D., Castle, D., Busija, L., Klein, B., Holmes, M., & Broadbent, J. (in press). Optimizing prediction of binge eating episodes: A comparison approach to test alternative conceptualizations of the affect regulation model. Journal of Eating Disorders.

Lauder, S., Chester, A., Dodd, S., Glilddon, E., Berk, L., Chamberlin, J., Klein, B., Gilbert, M., Austin, D., & Berk, M.  (in press). A randomised head to head trial of MoodSwings.net.au:  An internet based self-help program for bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders.

Kyrios, M., Nedeljkovic, M., Moulding, R., Klein, B., Austin, D., Ahern., C., & Meyer, D. (2014). Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial of internet-based cognitive-behavioural therapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder. BMC Psychiatry, 14:209

Al-Asadi, A., Klein, B., & Meyer, D. (2014). Pre-treatment and during treatment attrition and their predictor variables in the Anxiety Online data. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 16, e512

Wootten, A., Abbott, J., Farrell, A., Austin, D., & Klein, B. (in press). Psycho-social interventions to support partners of men with prostate cancer: A systematic and critical review of the literature. Journal of Cancer Survivorship: Research and Practice.

Wootten, A. C., Abbott, J. M., Osborne, D., Austin, D. W., Klein, B., Costello, A. J., & Murphy, D. (in press). The impact of prostate cancer on partners: A qualitative exploration. Psycho-Oncolgy.

Wootten, A. C. Abbot, J. M., Chisholm, K., Austin, D. W., Klein, B., Meyer, D. , McCabe, M. , Costello, A. J., Murphy, D. (2014). My Road Ahead study protocol: A randomised controlled trial of an online psychological intervention for men following treatment for localised prostate cancer. BMC Cancer, 14:83

Pugh, N.E., Hadjistavropoulos, H.D., Klein, B., & Austin, D.W. (2014). A case study illustrating therapist-assisted internet cognitive behavior therapy for depression, Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 21, 64-77

Hackworth, N., Mathews, J., Burke, K., Petrovic, Z., Klein, B., Northam, E., Kyrios, M., Ciechomski, L., & Cameron, F. (2013). Improving mental health of adolescents with Type 1 diabetes: protocol for a randomized controlled trial of the Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained online adolescent and parenting support intervention. BMC Public Health, 13, 1185

van Ballegooijen, W., Riper, H., Klein, B., Ebert, D., Kramer, J., Meulenbeek, P., & Cuijpers, P. (2013). Low-intensity treatment for panic symptoms - A pragmatic randomised controlled trial of an internet-based guided self-help intervention. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 15,e154

Lauder, S., Chester, A., Castle, D., Dodd, S., Berk, L., Klein, B., et al.(2013). Development of an online intervention for bipolar disorder.Psychology, Health & Medicine, 18, 155-65.

Klein, B., Austin, D., Nguyen, D., Smith, A., Donelan, P., Abbott, J., Kyrios, M., Mitchell, J., Lauder, S., Shandley, K., Moulding, R., Nedeljkovic, M., Meyer, D., Ciechomski, L., Shields, D., Baulch, J., & Williams, B. (2012). The first two years of Anxiety Online: An international e-mental health service for the anxiety disorders. In Castle D, Hood, S & Starcevic, V. (Eds). Anxiety Disorders: Current Understandings, Novel Treatments. (pp. 187-203). Australian Postgraduate Medicine, Melbourne.

Hadjistavropoulos HD, Thompson M, Klein, B., & Austin, D. (2012).Dissemination of therapist-assisted CBT: Development and Evaluation of a workshop. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 41, 230-240.

Kavanagh, D., Connolly, J., Klein, B., Proudfoot, J., Kay-Lambkin, F., Connor, J., &  Young R. (2012). Online treatment for depressed drinkers: Is a therapist need? Alcoholism-Clinical and Experimental Research, 36, 79A

Lauder, S., Berk, M., Castle, D., Dodd, S., Chester, A., Gilbert, M., Pitterman, L., Klein, B., Austin, D, Murray, G., Holdsworth, C., Chamberlin, J., & Berk, L. (2012). www. moodswings: The highs and lows of an online intervention for bipolar disorder-preliminary findings. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 42, A83-4

Chisholm, K., McCabe, M., Wootten, A., Abbott, J., Austin, D., Klein, B., Costello, A., & Murphy, D. (2012). Predictors of engagement in an online psychological support program for men treated for prostate cancer. Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, 8, 225.

Klein, B., Meyer, D., Austin, D., & Kyrios, M. (2011). Anxiety Online - A Virtual Clinic: Preliminary outcomes following completion of five fully automated treatment programs for the anxiety disorders and symptoms. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 13: e89.

Proudfoot, J., Klein, B., Barak, A., Carlbring, P., Cuijpers, P., Lange, A., Ritterband, L., & Andersson, G. (2011). Establishing guidelines for executing and reporting internet intervention research. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 40, 82-97.

Shandley, K., Klein, B., Kyrios, M., Austin, D., Ciechomski, L., & Murray, G. (2011). Training postgraduate psychology students to deliver psychological services online. Australian Psychologist, 42, 120-5.

Hadjistavropoulos HD, Drost C, Thompson M, Ivanov M, Butz CJ, Klein, B., & Austin, D. (2011). Lessons learned in developing a therapist assisted internet cognitive behavior therapy service. Professional Psychology Research and Practice, 42; 463-71

Kay-Lambkin, F, White, A., Baker, A., Kavanagh, D., Klein, B., Proudfoot, J., Drennan, J., Connor, J., & Young, R. (2011). How do community members identify and use websites related to alcohol/other drug use? BMC Public Health, 11, 227

Kavanagh, D., Klein, B., Austin, D., Proudfoot, J., Kay-Lambkin, F., Connor, J., Young, R., Connolly, J., White, A., & Kyrios, M. (2011). OnTrack: Evaluating online psychological interventions for alcohol and depression. Drug and Alcohol Review, 30 (Supp 1), 48-9.

Klein, B., White, A., Kavanagh, D., Shandley, K, Kay-Lambkin, F., Proudfoot, J., Drennan, J., Connor, J., Baker, A., & Young, R. (2010). Content and functionality of alcohol and other drug websites: Results of an online survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 12, e51

Klein, B., Mitchell, J., Abbott, J., Shandley, K., Austin, D., Gilson, K., Kiropoulos, L., Cannard, G., & Redman, T. (2010). A therapist-assisted cognitive behaviour therapy internet intervention for posttraumatic stress disorder: Pre-, post- and 3 month follow-up results from an open trial. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 24, 635-644.

Klein, B., & Cook, S. (2010). Preferences for e-mental health services amongst an online Australian sample. e-Journal of Applied Psychology, 6(1), 19-27.

Klein, B. (2010). e-Interventions and psychology: Time to log on!. InPsych, 31, 20-22.

Klein, B., Austin, D., Nguyen, D., Smith, A., Donelan, P., Abbott, J., Kyrios, M., Mitchell, J., Lauder, S., Shandley, K., Moulding, R., Nedeljkovic, M., Meyer, D., Ciechomski, L., Shields, D., Baulch, J., & Williams, B. (2012). The first two years of Anxiety Online: An international e-mental health service for the anxiety disorders. In Castle D, Hood, S & Starcevic, V. (Eds). Anxiety Disorders: Current Understandings, Novel Treatments. (pp. 187-203). Australian Postgraduate Medicine, Melbourne.

Bennett-Levy, J., Richards, D., Farrand, P., Christensen, H., Griffiths, K., Kavanagh, D. J., Klein, B., Lau, M., Proudfoot, J., Ritterband, L., White, J., Williams, C. (Eds.). The Oxford Guide to Low Intensity CBT Interventions. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2010.

Klein, B. (2010). Anxiety Online Evaluation Report. Research report submitted to the Australian Federal Government Department of Health and Ageing.

Klein, B & Proudfoot, J. (2010). Introduction to Section 2D: Guided CBT interventions using the internet. In Bennett-Levy, J., et al.  (Eds.).  The Oxford Guide to Low Intensity CBT Interventions (pp. 225-226). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Proudfoot, J., Klein, B., Andersson, G., Carlbring, P., Kyrios, M., Munro, C., Lauder, S., Palermo, T., Riper, H., & Blankers, M. (2010). Guided CBT internet interventions: Specific issues in supporting clients with depression, anxiety and co-morbid conditions. In Bennett-Levy, J., et al. (Eds.). The Oxford Guide to Low intensity CBT Interventions (pp. 253-264). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Proudfoot, J., & Klein, B. (2010). Introduction to Section 2E: Novel uses of communication technologies: Supporting low intensity CBT in new environments. In Bennett-Levy, J. et al., (Eds.). The Oxford Guide to Low Intensity CBT Interventions (pp.265-268). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Austin, D., Klein, B., Shandley, K., & Ciechomski. L. (2010). Training clinicians online to be eTherapists: The 'Anxiety Online' model. In Bennett-Levy, J., et al.  (Eds.). The Oxford Guide to Low Intensity CBT Interventions (pp. 459-467). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kavanagh, D., Klein, B., Proudfoot, J., Kay-Lambkin, F., Connor, J., Young, R., Connolly, J., White, A., & Kyrios, M. (2010). OnTrack: Evaluating online psychological interventions for alcohol and depression. Drug and Alcohol Review, 29 (Supp 1), 14.

Shandley, K., Austin, D., Klein, B., & Kyrios, M. (2010). An evaluation of 'Reach Out Central': An online therapeutic gaming program for supporting the mental health of young people. Health Education Research. 25(4):563-574.

White, A., Kavanagh, D, Stallman, H., Klein, B., Kay-Lambkin, F., Proudfoot, J., Drennan, J., Connor, J., Young, R., Baker, A., & Hines, E. (2010). Online alcohol interventions: A systematic review. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 12, e62

Mitchell, J., Vella-Broderick, D., Klein, B. (2010). Positive psychology and the internet: A mental health opportunity. e-Journal of Applied Psychology, 6, 30-41.

Kay-Lambkin, F., White, A., Baker, A., Kavanagh, D., Klein, B., Proudfoot, J., Drennan, J., Connor, J., & Young, R. (2010). Assessment of function and clinical utility of alcohol and other drug web sites: An observational, qualitative study. Drug and Alcohol Review, 29, (Supp 1),12-3

Klein, B., Austin, D., Pier, C., Kiropoulos, L, Shandley, K, Mitchell, J., Gilson, K., & Ciechomski, L. (2009). Frequency of email therapist contact and internet-based treatment for panic disorder: Does it make a difference? Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 38, 100-13.

Klein, B., Mitchell, J., Gilson, Shandley, K., Austin, D., Kiropoulos, L., Abbott, J., & Cannard, G. (2009). A therapist-assisted internet-based CBT intervention for post-traumatic stress disorder: Preliminary results. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 38, 121-31.

Barak, A., Klein, B., &. Proudfoot, J. (2009). Defining internet-assisted interventions.  Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 38, 4-17.

Abbott, J., Klein, B., Hamilton, C., & Rosenthal, A. (2009). The impact of online resilience training for sales managers on wellbeing and work performance. eJournal of Applied Psychology, 5, 89-95.

Mitchell, J., Stanimirovic, R., Klein, B, & Vella-Broderick, D. (2009). A randomised controlled trial of a positive psychology internet intervention. Computers in Human Behavior, 25, 749-60.

Abbott, J., Kaldo, V., Klein, B., Austin, D., Hamilton, C., Piterman, L., & Williams, B., & Andersson, G (2009). A cluster randomised trial of an internet-based intervention program for tinnitus distress in an industrial setting. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 38, 162-73.

Tan, H., O'Connor, M., Miles, G., Klein, B., & Schattner, P. (2009). GP and nurses perceptions of how after hours care for people receiving palliative care at home could be improved: a mixed methods study. BMC Palliative Care, 8, 13.

Tan, H., O'Connor, M., Miles, G., Schattner, P., & Klein, B. (2009). After hours palliative care. Australian Nursing Journal, 17(1), 45.

Ciechomski, L., Tan, H., O'Connor, M., Miles, G., Klein, B., & Schattner, P. (2009). What happens after dark? After hours palliative care planning in rural and urban Australia. Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 4(1), 57-63.

Abbott, J., Klein, B., & Ciechomski, L. (2009). Best practices in online therapy. In J. Finn & D. Schoech. (Eds). Internet-delivered Therapeutic Interventions in Human Services: Methods, Interventions and Evaluation (pp.293-201). New York: Routledge

Christensen, H., Proudfoot, J., Andrews, G., Klein, B., Kavanagh, D., O'Neil, D., Woodward, A., Young, L., & Graham, K. (2009). E-mental health: A 2020 vision and strategy for Australia.

Kavanagh, D., White, A., Klein, B., Proudfoot, J., Kay-Lambkin, F., Drennan, J., Connor, J., Baker, A., & Young, R. (2009). Provision of Strategies to Support Drug and Alcohol Online Activities. Research evaluation report submitted to the Australian Federal Department of Health and Ageing.

Grants and awards

In the last five years Klein has been awarded over $3 million of research funds from a number of bodies including competitive (e.g., beyondblue), Government (Federal Department of Health and Ageing), philanthropic (e.g.,  Telematics Trust)  and industry (e.g., Crisis Support Services) as a Chief Investigator.

As a Co-Investigator, Klein has been co-awarded over $19 million dollars in the last 5 years from a variety of sources (e.g., NHMRC, Canadian Institute of Health Research & Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia).

With respect to consortium involvement, Klein has been involved in two consortiums' in the last 5 years that were awarded just under $12.5 million dollars.

Klein's body of eHealth research work during the late 1990's and 2000's (originating at Federation University in 1998) led her to being awarded funds to establish Swinburne University's National eTherapy Centre and offer Anxiety Online (AO) to the general public (with A/Prof David Austin now at Deakin University) in 2008. Anxiety Online is a full service virtual psychological assessment and treatment clinic for the anxiety disorders. In 2010 and 2011 we were awarded additional funds to maintain the Anxiety Online service, as well as further innovate and enhance Anxiety Online into Mental Health Online (MHO). AO/MHO has successfully provided assessment and treatment to over thousands of people since October 2009. In 2012 Klein undertook further study and worked with the National Health Call Centre Network as an expert consultant and co-developed the Federal Health and Ageing MindHealthConnect's (Australia's e-Mental Health Portal) consumer guided search tool. After this Klein (as co-investigator) was awarded $16.4 million dollars to establish the MindSpot Clinic at Macquarie University (Access Macquarie) led by Professor Nick Titov (Macquarie University). Klein then took up a Professorial position at the Australian National University (Centre of Mental Health Research) whilst being seconded to the Mindspot Clinic to assist in its development and start-up. Since its operation in late 2012, the Mindspot Clinic has provided assistance to thousands of Australians with depression and anxiety. Later in 2013, Klein took up an 'Emertius Professor Robert HT Smith' Professor appointment and Personal Chair in Psychology & eHealth at Federation University.

Creation/IP development of eHealth products

Creator (or co/owner or co-creator/developer) of:

Panic Online (Step 1 – psycho-education program)
Panic Online (Step 2 – 6 module CBT treatment program for Panic Disorder)
Panic Online (self-guided version)
PTSD Information Online (psycho-education program)
PTSD Online (10 module CBT treatment program for PTSD)
Stress Online (7 module CBT program to reduce stress)
Benzodiazepine Online (5 Module Benzodiazepine Reduction program)
Living-Well Feeling-Well (V1-3) (Mental Wellbeing program)
Tinnitus Information Online (Psycho-education program)
Anxiety Online / Mental Health Online Platform and its five 12 module CBT anxiety treatment programs
Bulimia Online (12 module CBT program for bulimia)
Depression Online (12 module CBT program for depression)
Sleep-e (8 module CBT program for insomnia)
Out & Online (mental health prevention program for GLBTI youth)
Anxiety Online / Mental Health Online eTherapist and eSupervisor Training programs;
Anxiety Online / Mental Health Online e-PASS (assesses for 21 DSM-IV disorders)
Your Life: Phase 1 Virtual Reality Platform (adolescent mental health and wellbeing virtual gaming program)
My Road Ahead (program for men with prostate cancer)
Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained (child and parent program for diabetes and mental health)
Crisis Support's Grief and Loss Support Program for People Affected by Suicide
BPS Monitoring App System (monitoring emotion, mood and other signals for prediction and detection of ill health)
Nurses Behavioural Assistant (Mobile and Web platform system for nursing staff and dementia)
Federation eHealth Platform