Our new Lab Coordinator, Allison Wolfe, is a lifelong learner excited about playing a part in the discoveries the Lab makes that can support the next generations’ decisions and needs in the cyberworld.
Pritika K. is a member of the Digital Wellness Lab’s 2023-24 Student Advisory Council. She shares what she would like to see changed to make tech healthier for teens, and more.
Dr. Rich offers research-backed strategies for parents on how children’s screen media use can affect their physical, mental, and social health.
Introduction Today’s youth are living in a digital world that is increasingly shaped by Artifical Intelligence (AI). In our most recent Pulse Survey, Use of Voice Assistants and Generative AI by Children and Families, we asked parents* of children ages 3 to 12 about emerging trends related to the use of Voice Assistants by families,…
We are proud of our efforts to advance digital wellness practices, and the last quarter of this year has been especially fulfilling. We’ve rounded up notable resources and press — many of which include strategies and tips for keeping young people safe and healthy online.
For immediate release: The Digital Wellness Lab at Boston Children’s Hospital announces the first cohort of signatories to the Inspired Internet Pledge for 2024
I am a nurse practitioner, a primary care clinician, and the Director of Boston HAPPENS, the Adolescent and Young Adult HIV program at BCH.
I’m Nicole, and I’m thrilled to join the Digital Wellness Lab as a Clinical Research Specialist. With a background in child development and family relations, I’m currently pursuing a dual Master’s degree in Social Work & Public Health at Boston University.
Earlier this week, our team participated in the Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) Annual Conference in Washington D.C., which focused on new frontiers in online safety. At this conference, FOSI unveiled their latest research report on Generative AI…