Browse a new collection highlighting recent research papers, reviews and commentaries from npj Digital Medicine and npj Schizophrenia that illustrate new developments in digital technology related to mental health. The featured articles examine the effect of digital technology on health and well-being, and how the development of new technology could be used to better diagnose and treat mental health conditions.
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Nature Partner Journals Collection on Digital Mental Health
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