MeeTwo: Making it easier to talk about difficult things Free

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Suzi Godson and Dr Kerstyn Comley discuss their app 'MeeTwo', which is an early intervention solution to adolescent anxiety. Using a range of feedback to show its success, they describe how the app has been designed so that young people can post problems and access help.

This lecture was filmed for the '16th Medical Innovations Summit' meeting at the RSM in London on 14th of March 2018.

 

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