Feb 24, 2020 By Jake Williams Ed Scoop https://edscoop.com/texas-am-wants-monitor-student-mental-health-smartwatches/
Texas A&M University is getting personal with mental health monitoring.
Under a new pilot program called Mental Health Evaluation and Lookout, or mHELP, university researchers are developing a wearable continuous monitoring tool that can detect anxiety and direct the user to resources that could help. The pilot is part of an overall effort to address factors thought to contribute to student success.
“Mental health is affecting students’ academic success and their overall quality Read More
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