How can social media be harnessed to support mental health? Can acts of kindness be digitized to boost resilience? How might an app deepen real-world relationships? At Hopelab, we’re applying behavioral science to answer these and many other big questions facing digital health today.
Our team of interdisciplinary scientists and behavioral health experts conducts research within communities to help advance impact, adapt offerings, and improve equitable health outcomes.
Pilot Randomized Control Trial on imi
Read the results of a randomized control trial conducted on imi, a free, mental health web app, designed to help LGBTQ+ youth cope with stress.
Implementing Goal MamaIn partnership with Nurse-Family Partnership
The present study explores barriers and facilitators experienced by public health nurses introducing a mobile health technology platform (Goal Mama) to the Nurse-Family Partnership home-visiting program.
National Study — Coping with COVID-19In partnership with Common Sense Media
One year into the pandemic, a new survey reveals that teens and young adults are actively turning to online sources to cope with mental health.
Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial on NodIn partnership with Grit Digital Health
Read the results of the pilot randomized controlled trial on the nod smartphone app created to address loneliness among college students.
Hopelab Digital Readiness Survey ResultsIn partnership with Nurse-Family Partnership
In May 2020, the Hopelab Studio Team sent a digital survey through national and regional networks of national service providers to assess the digital readiness of organizations and their stakeholders.