Researcher

Dr Jin Han

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Biography

Dr Jin Han is a Postdoctoral 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

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Dr Jin Han is a Postdoctoral 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

2020-2022 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

2018  The Black Dog Institute Travel Grant.   A$2,000

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.   A$1,500

2016  ANU-IARU Travel Grants, ANU.  AUD $1,500

2015  ANU-IARU Travel Grants, ANU.  AUD $1,500


My Research Supervision


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Areas of supervision

ILP, Honours, Masters, PhD


Currently supervising

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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