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Brought to you by the Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health, this Q&A podcast brings in a variety of industry experts to discuss the emerging field of digital health and its new, exciting advancements
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S1,Ep3: Ecological assessments and Digital Phenotyping (feat. Dr. Michael Armey)

DigiHealth Talks

S1,Ep3: Ecological assessments and Digital Phenotyping (feat. Dr. Michael Armey)

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S2,Ep9: Optimizing Digital Health Research and Innovations (ft. Dr. Carly Goldstein)
Dr. Carly Goldstein is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Brown University, talking about her current research focusing on digital health and cardiovascular behavioral medicine. Sharing background on her active research studies, Dr. Goldstein provides another perspective on uses for digital health and behavioral medicine. ----- The Center for Digital Health aims to develop innovative digital health projects and applications to provide real-world solutions to the community. Through empirical research, experiential education, and clinical research partnerships, CDH delivers practical digital health solutions to improve our world. Follow us on social media! Instagram: @BrownDigiHealth Check out our other episodes: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/education/cdh-podcast-digihealth-talks Access the transcript: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/sites/default/files/Goldstein%20Transcription%20A_0.pdf
23:22
May 24, 2022
S2,Ep8: Digital Tools for Social and Emotional Learning in Emerging Countries (ft. Francesca Raoelison)
**Trigger Warning**: this episode discusses emotional abuse. For immediate support text LoveIsRespect.org (text LOVEIS to 22522) or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline 800.799.SAFE (7233). ----- Francesca Raoelison is a student at Brown University who founded a non-profit addressing emotional abuse in Madagascar. Learn how she is using digital health tools to improve well-being in emerging countries. ----- The Center for Digital Health aims to develop innovative digital health projects and applications to provide real-world solutions to the community. Through empirical research, experiential education, and clinical research partnerships, CDH delivers practical digital health solutions to improve our world. Follow us on social media! Instagram: @BrownDigiHealth Check out our other episodes: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/education/cdh-podcast-digihealth-talks Access the transcript: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/sites/default/files/2022-06/Francesca%20Transcription.pdf
21:37
May 03, 2022
S2,Ep7: Digital Health in Private Industry (ft. Dr. Cynthia Castro Sweet)
Dr. Cynthia Castro Sweet, the Senior Director of Clinical Research at Modern Health, discusses digital health innovations and products in the private sector. She dives deeper into what it means to be a research and staff scientist in private industry and how to make the transition from academia to industry. ----- Dr. Cynthia Castro Sweet is a Clinical Psychologist and leads the Research team at Modern Health. She has a PhD in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Behavioral Medicine from the UCSD/SDSUJoint Doctoral Program. She has worked as an applied behavioral medicine researcher in academia at the Stanford Prevention Research Center, and in the private industry at Omada Health and Modern Health. She designs and executes studies of various designs and sizes to generate evidence of the clinical and economic value of technology-enabled healthcare programs. Her central role is to create and execute a strategic roadmap of high quality clinical research that showcases Modern Health as the best-in-class leader in digital mental health solutions. ----- The Center for Digital Health aims to develop innovative digital health projects and applications to provide real-world solutions to the community. Through empirical research, experiential education, and clinical research partnerships, CDH delivers practical digital health solutions to improve our world. Follow us on social media! Instagram: @BrownDigiHealth Check out our other episodes: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/education/cdh-podcast-digihealth-talks Access the Transcript: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/sites/g/files/dprerj656/files/CastroSweet%20Transcription.docx__0.pdf
26:40
April 19, 2022
S2,Ep6: Leveraging Electronic Health Record Systems to Improve Patient Health (ft. Dr. Ross Hilliard)
Dr. Ross Hilliard, an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Brown University talks about how we can use Electronic Health Records (EHR) to balance improved patient safety and prevent physician and provider burnout. He also talks about the role that symptom checkers app can play in improving and modernizing our digital medical healthcare system. ----- The Center for Digital Health aims to develop innovative digital health projects and applications to provide real-world solutions to the community. Through empirical research, experiential education, and clinical research partnerships, CDH delivers practical digital health solutions to improve our world. Follow us on social media! Instagram: @BrownDigiHealth Check out our other episodes: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/education/cdh-podcast-digihealth-talks Access the transcript: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/sites/g/files/dprerj656/files/Hilliard%20Transcription.docx_.pdf
23:24
April 05, 2022
S2, Ep5: Artificial Intelligence as a Diagnostic Imaging Tool (ft. Dr. Zhicheng Jiao)
The healthcare world is constantly changing, with new innovations geared toward efficiency and accuracy. Dr. Zhicheng Jiao talks about his exciting research on medical Artificial Intelligence and its benefits. ----- Check out Dr. Jiao's lab website: https://sites.brown.edu/airadiology/ ----- The Center for Digital Health aims to develop innovative digital health projects and applications to provide real-world solutions to the community. Through empirical research, experiential education, and clinical research partnerships, CDH delivers practical digital health solutions to improve our world. Follow us on social media! Instagram: @BrownDigiHealth Check out our other episodes: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/education/cdh-podcast-digihealth-talks Access the transcript: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/sites/default/files/Jiao%20Transcription%20PDF.pdf
21:25
March 22, 2022
S2,Ep3: Using Social Media to Understand Teen Dating Violence (ft. Dr. Charlene Collibee)
**Trigger Warning**: this episode discusses dating violence. For immediate support text LoveIsRespect.org (text LOVEIS to 22522) or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline 800.799.SAFE (7233). ----- There is limited data understanding just how teen dating violence occurs over the span of an adolescent's relationship. Dr. Charlene Collibee talks about her research, using social media data to get a well-rounded understanding for teen dating violence in court-involved adolescents. ----- The Center for Digital Health aims to develop innovative digital health projects and applications to provide real-world solutions to the community. Through empirical research, experiential education, and clinical research partnerships, CDH delivers practical digital health solutions to improve our world. Follow us on social media! Instagram: @BrownDigiHealth Check out our other episodes: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/education/cdh-podcast-digihealth-talks Access the transcript: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/sites/default/files/Collibee%20Transcription.pdf
16:27
March 18, 2022
S2,Ep4: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice (ft. Dr. Sara Becker)
As researchers, we develop innovative technologies to share with the world; but often, we fail to determine whether the innovation was effectively implemented. Dr. Sara Becker talks about her work as an implementation scientist, working on a technology-based intervention for parents called Parent SMART. She also discusses a lesser-known topic, digital health in workforce development. ----- The Center for Digital Health aims to develop innovative digital health projects and applications to provide real-world solutions to the community. Through empirical research, experiential education, and clinical research partnerships, CDH delivers practical digital health solutions to improve our world. Follow us on social media! Instagram: @BrownDigiHealth Check out our other episodes: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/education/cdh-podcast-digihealth-talks Access the transcript: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/sites/default/files/Becker%20Transcription.pdf
23:19
March 08, 2022
S2,Ep2: Digital Health on College Campuses (ft. Dr. Nathaan Demers with YOU at College)
**Trigger Warning**: this episode briefly mentions suicide. For immediate support, text the Crisis Text Line (text HOME to 741741) or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255). ----- College students are experiencing a mental health crisis, but are not using the available resources to improve their well-being. Dr. Nathaan Demers, the Vice President of Clinical Programs & Strategic Partnerships at Grit Digital Health, discusses how to meet the mental well-being needs of college students as they navigate their lives and college stressors through a well-rounded digital health and well-being app, YOU at College. Dr. Demers talks about the research behind developing a well-being app geared toward accessibility for college students, ensuring that YOU at College is directly helpful to them. Although technology will never replace the human touch, digital health practices allow students to get better access to available resources around them. ----- Check out YOU at College: https://youatcollege.com Connect with YOU at College on Instagram: @youatcollege ----- The Center for Digital Health aims to develop innovative digital health projects and applications to provide real-world solutions to the community. Through empirical research, experiential education, and clinical research partnerships, CDH delivers practical digital health solutions to improve our world. Follow us on social media! Instagram: @BrownDigiHealth Check out our other episodes: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/education/cdh-podcast-digihealth-talks Access the transcription: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/sites/g/files/dprerj656/files/Demers%20Transcription.docx_.pdf
18:04
February 08, 2022
S2,Ep1: Inequities in Sound Distribution: Mapping Community Noise (ft. Dr. Erica Walker)
For those of us who live in urban areas, we are used to living in a world inundated by sound. Dr. Erica Walker talks about her research investigating the inequities in sound distribution and her app, NoiseScore. Through a lens focused on community empowerment and equity, we learn about how sound impacts our lives and what we can do to contribute to the research on sound distribution. ---- Check out NoiseScore, available on the App Store and Google Play. http://noiseandthecity.org/noisescore/  ----- The Center for Digital Health aims to develop innovative digital health projects and applications to provide real-world solutions to the community. Through empirical research, experiential education, and clinical research partnerships, CDH delivers practical digital health solutions to improve our world. Follow us on social media! Instagram: @BrownDigiHealth Check out our other episodes: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/education/cdh-podcast-digihealth-talks  Access the transcript: https://digitalhealth.med.brown.edu/sites/g/files/dprerj656/files/Walker%20Transcription.docx_.pdf 
21:54
January 25, 2022
S2,Ep0: Welcome Back to DigiHealth Talks
Welcome back to DigiHealth Talks! Created by the Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health, we want to share the newest research, tech, and innovations in the field of digital health. This Q&A-style podcast will share knowledge about digital health in an easy-to-digest manner. We strive to combine healthcare, health systems, technology, science, entrepreneurs, and research into one hub that can change the way we think about our health and well-being.  Throughout the episodes, we may talk about sensitive topics, such as suicide and sexual violence. Each episode will have its own trigger warning, if applicable. If you need immediate support, text the Crisis Text Line (text HOME to 741741) or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255). ----- Follow us on social media!  Twitter: @BrownDigiHealth
02:56
January 20, 2022
S1,Ep4: The Changing Landscape of Digital Health during the COVID-19 Pandemic (feat. Dr. Megan Ranney)
Dr. Megan Ranney who is an Emergency Medicine Physician, Director of the Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health and Associate Dean of Strategy and Innovation at the School of Public Health at Brown University discusses the changing landscape of digital health during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit digitalhealth.med.brown.edu for more information about the Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health.
16:34
May 19, 2021
S1,Ep3: Ecological assessments and Digital Phenotyping (feat. Dr. Michael Armey)
Dr. Michael Armey, an Associate Professor in the Psychosocial Research Program at Butler Hospital, with a faculty appointment in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, the founder and Co-Director of the Cognition, Emotion, and Life experiences (CEL) Lab, an Associate Director of the Consortium for Research Innovation in Suicide Prevention (CRISP), as well as one of the leaders of the Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health discusses the value of ecological assessments and their relationship to digital phenotyping. Please visit digitalhealth.med.brown.edu for more information about the Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health.
14:30
May 19, 2021
S1,Ep2: Mental Health (feat. Dr. Nicole Nugent)
Dr. Nicole Nugent, a licensed clinical psychologist, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior and Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Brown University, Associate Director of the Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health, and Associate Director of the Stress Trauma and Resilience (STAR) Institute, discusses the intersection between mental health and digital health. Please visit digitalhealth.med.brown.edu for more information about the Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health.
33:05
May 19, 2021
S1,Ep1: Automated Emotion Detection (feat. Dr. Jeff Huang)
Dr. Jeff Huang, an associate Professor of Computer Science at Brown University, discusses automated emotion detection software in realms of social media messages and platforms. Please visit digitalhealth.med.brown.edu for more information about the Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health.
17:15
May 19, 2021