Muna Dubad is a PhD Student at the University of Warwick supervised by Dr Steven Marwaha and Dr Catherine Winsper. The PhD project aims to investigate the use of a mood-monitoring smartphone application (app) to support the assessment, engagement, and empowerment of young people presenting to mental health services with affective instability. Prior to this, Muna completed an M.Res Clinical Psychology Degree at the University of Birmingham and a BSc in Psychology at Coventry University. Muna also worked across different mental health settings as a Support Worker and as an Assistant Psychologist.
Muna Dubad explores a Danish qualitative analysis of young adults’ perspectives of a smartphone app (MindFrame), which is designed for people recently diagnosed with schizophrenia, to empower them to self-manage their condition.[read the full story...]
Joe Barnby and Muna Dubad explore a recent systematic review that looks at the potential predictors of adherence to web-based and mobile technologies for people with psychosis.[read the full story...]