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1 -Pediatric models of resilience have been under-utilized in practice (4 min. video: https:~/~/pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/147/2/e20193845). Modifiable resilience factors to improve children’s long- and short-term health outcomes, include supporting mental health, fostering positive appraisal styles, bolstering executive function, teaching the importance of good self-care skills, and offering anticipatory guidance about the impact of trauma to caregivers. In this presentation, we present the potential of mobile health applications (mHealth) as an evidence-based adjunct to pediatric practice. With so many mobile mental health apps available, what research-identified principle can be applied by youth, caregivers, and service providers to choose? This talk introduces current knowledge on youth mHealth apps, evidence-supporting their use, and the importance of targeting emotion regulation (ER) as a key mediator to a range of negative and positive mental health (Wekerle). Emotion dysregulation, for example, is implicated in medication adherence and treatment compliance. The JoyPop app (English, French) is discussed as one evidence-based, resilience-building app for youth (youthresilience.net), highlighting the ER evidence for its features. Research to date with Anglophone (Mushquash) and Francophone youth (Hébert) is presented. Implications for clinical practice and ongoing research is discussed.
1 +Pediatric models of resilience have been under-utilized in practice ([[click here for m>>url:https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/147/2/e20193845]]ore - 4 minute video explanation). Modifiable resilience factors to improve children’s long- and short-term health outcomes, include supporting mental health, fostering positive appraisal styles, bolstering executive function, teaching the importance of good self-care skills, and offering anticipatory guidance about the impact of trauma to caregivers. In this presentation, we present the potential of mobile health applications (mHealth) as an evidence-based adjunct to pediatric practice. With so many mobile mental health apps available, what research-identified principle can be applied by youth, caregivers, and service providers to choose? This talk introduces current knowledge on youth mHealth apps, evidence-supporting their use, and the importance of targeting emotion regulation (ER) as a key mediator to a range of negative and positive mental health (Wekerle). Emotion dysregulation, for example, is implicated in medication adherence and treatment compliance. The JoyPop app (English, French) is discussed as one evidence-based, resilience-building app for youth (youthresilience.net), highlighting the ER evidence for its features. Research to date with Anglophone (Mushquash) and Francophone youth (Hébert) is presented. Implications for clinical practice and ongoing research is discussed.
2 2  \\\\Following this webinar, participants will be able to:
3 3  ~1. Understand the current state of mHealth as evidence-based practice for youth
4 4  2. Understand mHealth for Indigenous youth