Philippa Collin
Philippa Collin
Associate Professor, University of Western Sydney
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The benefits of social networking services
P Collin, K Rahilly, I Richardson, A Third
Cooperative Research Centre for Young People, Technology and Wellbeing, 2011
Building resilience in young people through meaningful participation
KG Oliver, P Collin, J Burns, J Nicholas
Australian e-Journal for the advancement of Mental Health 5 (1), 34-40, 2006
Everyday youth participation? Contrasting views from Australian policymakers and young people
A Vromen, P Collin
Young 18 (1), 97-112, 2010
Providing online support for young people with mental health difficulties: challenges and opportunities explored
M Webb, J Burns, P Collin
Early intervention in psychiatry 2 (2), 108-113, 2008
Young men’s attitudes and behaviour in relation to mental health and technology: implications for the development of online mental health services
LA Ellis, P Collin, PJ Hurley, TA Davenport, JM Burns, IB Hickie
BMC psychiatry 13 (1), 119, 2013
The internet, youth participation policies, and the development of young people's political identities in Australia
P Collin
Journal of Youth Studies 11 (5), 527-542, 2008
Participatory Design of evidence-based online youth mental health promotion, intervention and treatment
P Hagen, P Collin, A Metcalf, M Nicholas, K Rahilly, N Swainston
ReachOut. com: The role of an online service for promoting help-seeking in young people
PJ Collin, AT Metcalf, JC Stephens-Reicher, ME Blanchard, HE Herrman, ...
Advances in Mental Health 10 (1), 39-51, 2011
Participatory research as one piece of the puzzle: a systematic review of consumer involvement in design of technology-based youth mental health and well-being interventions
SK Orlowski, S Lawn, A Venning, M Winsall, GM Jones, K Wyld, ...
JMIR human factors 2 (2), e12, 2015
Young citizens and political participation in a digital society: addressing the democratic disconnect
P Collin
Springer, 2015
Social media and the wellbeing of children and young people: A literature review
T Swist, P Collin, J McCormack, A Third
Young men, mental health, and technology: implications for service design and delivery in the digital age
LA Ellis, P Collin, TA Davenport, PJ Hurley, JM Burns, IB Hickie
Journal of medical Internet research 14 (6), e160, 2012
Preventing youth disengagement and promoting engagement
J Burns, P Collin, M Blanchard, N De-Freitas, S Lloyd
Young people imagining a new democracy: Literature review
P Collin
Rewriting the rules for youth participation: Inclusion and diversity in government and community decision making
J Bell, A Vromen, P Collin
Engaging, understanding and including young people in the provision of mental health services
R Swanton, P Collin, J Burns, I Sorensen
International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 19 (3), 325-332, 2007
Intergenerational attitudes towards social networking and cybersafety: A living lab
A Third, I Richardson, P Collin, K Rahilly, N Bolzan
Rethinking (children’s and young people’s) citizenship through dialogues on digital practice
A Third, P Collin
Negotiating digital citizenship: Control, contest and culture, 41-60, 2016
The experience of youth in the digital age
P Collin, J Burns
Handbook of youth and young adulthood: New perspectives and agendas, 283-290, 2009
The role of technology in engaging disengaged youth: final report
L Walsh, B Lemon, R Black, C Mangan, P Collin
Australian Flexible Learning Framework, 1-32, 2011
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