September 17, 2012
I'm a clinical psychologist who facilitates an international learning community for therapists and am co-leading an effort to create an international practice-research network for citizen-science on psychotherapy.
I am collecting baseline data on writing productivity. My plan is to test a series of interventions to see what variables have the biggest impact on the amount and quality of writing I produce. I do research on training therapists in evidence-based practices, including teaching them to collaboratively monitor progress with their clients.
At work, I do projects meant to improve client outcomes in mental health treatment. I want to learn sustainable ways to track progress and give feedback to clients and therapists to help them learn. Personally I want frictionless monitoring that feeds a dashboard to help me allocate time to reach goals and live in better alignment with my values.
-ideas for tools and dashboards i should start with for my own QS experiments -designing behavioral experiments using single-case design methods -QS as citizen science, participatory community research -business models relevant for QS
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