As part of the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, NSW Centre for Advancement of Adolescent Health developed a better practice guide to the safe and effective use of technologies to promote young people's wellbeing. Using technologies safely and effectively to promote young people’s wellbeing examines the role of technologies in facilitating direct communication, health promotion, health interventions, research and evaluation.
These guidelines have been developed to help youth health and related services use technology to meet the needs of young people in ways that are innovative, safe, relevant and engaging. Service providers, policymakers and managers will find within the guidelines an evidence base for the safe and effective use of information communication technologies (ICT) in clinical settings. Importantly, the guide also provide an evidence base for dismantling the structural barriers to achieving practice change.
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