Marianne Webb

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Marianne is a Research Fellow in Suicide Prevention at Orygen and the Centre for Youth Mental Health at the University of Melbourne. Her PhD investigated the design, effectiveness and implementation of a psychosocial screening app for young people attending general practice. She is currently leading a study to develop guidelines for researchers to safely and effectively partner in research with young people with a lived experience of suicide. Marianne’s research interests are centred around young people’s mental health, help-seeking readiness and agency in the care they receive, the integration of technology into clinical care, and participatory research.


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Sharing youth mental health lived experience: what impact does it have on young people?

Young beautiful teen girl wearing turtleneck sweater smiling cheerful presenting and pointing with palm of hand looking at the camera.

In her debut blog, Marianne Webb considers an Australian qualitative study evaluating a psychoeducation programme delivered by young people sharing their personal stories of mental health lived experience.

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