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Dr Jin Han

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Biography

Dr Jin Han is a Research Fellow at the Black Dog Institute. 

Area of expertise

         Digital intervention development, evaluation, and implementation

         Systematic review and meta-analysis

         Psychological methodology, design and analysis

Research interests

         Youth suicide prevention and help-seeking promotion

         Technology-driven self-monitoring and evidence-based program delivery

         Cross-cultural...view more

Dr Jin Han is a Research Fellow at the Black Dog Institute. 

Area of expertise

         Digital intervention development, evaluation, and implementation

         Systematic review and meta-analysis

         Psychological methodology, design and analysis

Research interests

         Youth suicide prevention and help-seeking promotion

         Technology-driven self-monitoring and evidence-based program delivery

         Cross-cultural comparisons


My Grants

2021-2025 Christensen H., Harvey S., Carter G, Venkatesh S., Boydell K., Cutler H., Kneebone I., Newton-John T., Han J., Huckvale K. Developing a Comprehensive Care Pathway For those at Risk of Suicide But Not in Care: The Under the Radar Project, MRFF Million Minds Mission Suicide Prevention, A$3,729,420

2020-2024 Optimising treatments in mental health using AI, MRFF Applied Artificial Intelligence Research in Health, A$4,995,434

2020-2022 Han, J. Cognitive and behavioural response styles to negative affect precipitating youth suicidal thoughts, Suicide Prevention Australia, A$265,436

2020-2022 Tye M., Werner-Seidler A., Wong Q., Han J., O'Dea B., Calear  A., Christensen H., The LifeBuoy App: A randomised controlled trial of a mHealth intervention to help young people manage suicidal thoughts, Australian Rotary Health  A$153,014

2019-2020 LaMonica H., Han J., Mowszowski L., Cheng W., Naismith S., Schweizer S., Developing and evaluating novel, web-based, gamified cognitive assessments for older adults”, UNSW-USYD Mental Health & Wellbeing Grants.  A$19,953   


My Awards

2020  Bupa Emerging Health Researcher (Winner)

2018  The Black Dog Institute Travel Grant

2017  The Korten Prize for Best Published Research Paper 

2016  Best Student Poster at the National Suicide Prevention Conference, Canberra, Australia

2016  ANU Vice-Chancellor's Travel Grant - Higher Degree Research

2016  ANU-IARU Travel Grants

2015  ANU-IARU Travel Grants


My Research Supervision


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Areas of supervision

ILP, Honours, Masters, PhD


Currently supervising

2021-         Christina Shin, Honours project, Relationship between cognitive functioning and suicidality in youth, supervisor

2020-         Zeno Cheung, Honours project, Understanding help-negation for suicidal ideation: a quantitative study, supervisor

2020-2020 Phu Myat K Thwe, ILP project, Temporal trends in self-harm presentations, co-supervisor

2019-2020 Li Shi, Mini project, Systematic review on self-efficacy and suicide prevention, supervisor 

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