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Black Dog adapting HeadGear app for junior doctors, female workers

19 August 2020
By Kate McDonald

Researchers at the Black Dog Institute and Sydney University are testing modified versions of their HeadGear app to create targeted experiences for junior doctors and female workers.

The app has been designed with a male audience in mind working in high-risk industries and has shown reduced rates of new onset depression by up to 50 per cent in a trial of 2200 people.

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