What is the Digital Wellbeing Project?

The Digital Wellbeing Project


The Digital Wellbeing Project is a multi-phase research project led by PhD candidate, Rowena Piers, as part of her PhD research.


The overall aim of the Digital Wellbeing Project is to enhance understanding of how young people seek support for their mental health concerns in the digital age, and how we can use technology to better support the mental health needs of young people.


This project involves various research studies, including our online survey which is currently open for data collection.


Head over here to find out whether you are eligible to take part in our online survey!


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