With the adoption of digital phenotyping in clinical research and patient care, a common vision for the future of these technologies remains unclear. Listen in to this Journal Club recording with author Anzar Abbas, PhD who opened up a discussion on his work, “Digital Measurement of Mental Health: Challenges, Promises, and Future Directions.” The discussion explored how to classify emerging tools for digital measurement of mental health and discuss the promises and challenges they face.
Anzar Abbas is a neuroscientist focused on developing technology to improve the measurement of health, increase access to care, and inform clinical decision-making using data-driven insights. He is one of the co-creators of OpenDBM, an open-source library of methods in digital phenotyping.
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