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UWE: Self-help anxiety management (SAM) app providing life-changing support for students

Ewens, Matt; Topham, Phil

Authors

Matt Ewens

Phil Topham phil.topham@uwe.ac.uk



Abstract

This case study and embedded video gives an account of a project to build a self-help app for the management of mild to moderate anxiety. It outlines the project origins in providing support for students’ social anxiety in learning situations and the trialling of a prototype app. It describes the development of the full working version, including the app’s main functions and features, together with reports of its impact on users to date.

Report Type Project Report
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
APA6 Citation Ewens, M., & Topham, P. UWE: Self-help anxiety management (SAM) app providing life-changing support for students
Keywords technology, mobile, apps, anxiety, therapy, self-help, health
Publisher URL http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5c8KlRkM9U
Related Public URLs http://repository.jisc.ac.uk/5673/1/UWE_-_Self-help_anxiety_management_(SAM)_app_providing_life-changing_support_for_students.pdf
Additional Information Additional Information : Matt Ewens, Information Officer, Jisc South West & Midlands in conversation with Phil Topham, Chartered Psychologist and SAM-app Project Lead at UWE Bristol.

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