Join us on Friday, July 30 at 11 AM for the next meeting of our Scholarship Series. Dr. Kelly Shaffer will discuss:
“Optimizing digital health interventions for caregivers: A case study with a fully-automated, Internet-delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia program”
In this presentation, Dr. Shaffer will introduce the multidisciplinary work of the Center for Behavioral Health and Technology, including the development and evaluation of a fully-automated, Internet-delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia program called SHUTi – Sleep Healthy Using the Internet. She will review data regarding the use and evaluation of this program by family caregivers, as well as next research steps to ensure that caregivers can maximally benefit from this evidence-based intervention.
Registration is free, but required. Click here to register.
Kelly Shaffer, PhD
Center for Behavioral Health and Technology
Department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences
University of Virginia School of Medicine
The Scholarship Series is offered by the University of Pittsburgh’s National Center on Family Support. It aims to highlight the latest in family caregiving research across disciplines, life span, and disability. Scholars will share their research, discuss work in progress and strive to promote interest and collaborations in all aspects of family caregiving research.