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PeTMeW 2019 : Persuasive Technology for Mental Health and Wellbeing Workshop (In conjunction with PT 2019)

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Link: https://petmew.wordpress.com/
 
When Apr 9, 2019 - Apr 9, 2019
Where Limassol, Cyprus
Submission Deadline Feb 25, 2019
Notification Due Mar 3, 2019
Final Version Due Mar 11, 2019
Categories    computer science   artificial intelligence   technology   ehealth
 

Call For Papers

Call for Participation:
Persuasive Technology for Mental Health and Wellbeing Workshop (PetMeW 2019)
April 9, 2019, Limassol, Cyprus

https://petmew.wordpress.com/

Key Dates:
- Feb 11, 2019: Submissions deadline
- March 3, 2019: Acceptance notification
- March 11, 2019: Final version due
- April 9, 2019: Workshop
Please submit your papers via easy chair: https://easychair.org/cfp/PeTMeW2019

The PetMeW 2019 Workshop will take place in conjuction with the Persuasive Technology Conference in Limassol, Cyprus 9-11 April. Mental health problems are a growing public concern around the world. Stress, anxiety and depression can significantly influence a person’s health and quality of life. Persuasive technologies can motivate people to adopt and maintain behaviours which are beneficial to their wellbeing, and could provide novel solutions for preventing and ameliorating symptoms of mental health problems. The PeTMeW workshop will bring together a diverse group of experts interested in persuasive interventions for mental health and wellbeing, to discuss, exchange ideas, and reflect on the key challenges and opportunities in this emerging field.

Participants are invited to submit:
Full papers (6-12 pages) containing novel unpublished research results
Short papers (2-6 pages), including position papers, demos, and works in progress

Submissions are invited on all aspects of Persuasive Technology for Mental Health and Wellbeing. This includes, but is not limited to:

- Design, implementation, or evaluation methods of persuasive technologies for mental health and wellbeing
- Applications of persuasive interventions for mental health and wellbeing
- User studies and experiments investigating the outcomes of the interventions
- Long term evaluations and effects of persuasive technologies for mental health and wellbeing
- Frameworks and models for developing persuasive technologies for mental health and wellbeing
- User-centered design and evaluation methodologies for persuasive technologies for mental health and wellbeing
- Personalisation of persuasive technologies and strategies for mental health and wellbeing
- Modelling attitudes, behaviour and user characteristics for persuasion
- Influence of demographics and cultural differences on persuasion
- Gamification in persuasive technologies for mental health and wellbeing
- Challenges of developing persuasive technologies for mental health and wellbeing
- Ethical issues of persuasive interventions for mental health and wellbeing
- Privacy and trust issues in persuasive interventions for mental health and wellbeing

Organizers:
Ana Ciocarlan (University of Aberdeen)
Kirsten Smith (University of Southampton)
Nir Oren (University of Aberdeen)
Judith Masthoff (Utrecht University, University of Aberdeen)

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