The Digital Wellness Lab has a wealth and breadth of knowledge about topics related to human health, development and interactive media use in the digital age. We would be happy to engage with your organization and stakeholders to present information of relevance to you through keynote speeches, presentations, and trainings. We request travel expenses, where relevant, and an honorarium in the form of a tax-deductible donation to continue the research, education, and innovation work of the Digital Wellness Lab.

If you are interested in having a member of the Digital Wellness Lab speak at your organized event, please complete this form and we will follow up with you within 72 hours. If you are interested in accredited continuing education courses or if your need doesn’t seem to fit this form, please contact us with details of your request at dwl@childrens.harvard.edu

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    Our Experts

    Michael Rich, MD, MPH

    Areas of expertise: Pediatric and adolescent medicine, Problematic Interactive Media Use (PIMU), digital wellness, clinical training, mental health and media use

    David S. Bickham, PhD​

    Areas of expertise: Child and adolescent development, Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA), media effects research, media literacy, digital wellness, mental health and media use, video gaming

    Kristelle Lavallee Collins, MA​

    Areas of expertise: Child and adolescent development, education, digital wellness, social media use, media literacy, Clinician Toolkit

    Jill R. Kavanaugh, MLIS, AHIP

    Areas of expertise: Digital wellness, Clinician Toolkit, media effects scholarly literature and search strategies, libraries and media use