Moodcafe - mobile friendly accessible information to improve the public's mental health and wellbeing

Liza Morton, Paul Stone, Frances Baty

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

Conference

ConferenceMaking Scotland a Healthier Place
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityDunblane
Period7/11/138/11/13

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Morton, L., Stone, P., & Baty, F. (2013). Moodcafe - mobile friendly accessible information to improve the public's mental health and wellbeing. Poster session presented at Making Scotland a Healthier Place, Dunblane, United Kingdom.
Morton, Liza ; Stone, Paul ; Baty, Frances. / Moodcafe - mobile friendly accessible information to improve the public's mental health and wellbeing. Poster session presented at Making Scotland a Healthier Place, Dunblane, United Kingdom.
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Morton, L, Stone, P & Baty, F 2013, 'Moodcafe - mobile friendly accessible information to improve the public's mental health and wellbeing' Making Scotland a Healthier Place, Dunblane, United Kingdom, 7/11/13 - 8/11/13, .

Moodcafe - mobile friendly accessible information to improve the public's mental health and wellbeing. / Morton, Liza; Stone, Paul; Baty, Frances.

2013. Poster session presented at Making Scotland a Healthier Place, Dunblane, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

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Morton L, Stone P, Baty F. Moodcafe - mobile friendly accessible information to improve the public's mental health and wellbeing. 2013. Poster session presented at Making Scotland a Healthier Place, Dunblane, United Kingdom.