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Camille Nadal is a post-doctoral researcher at Trinity College Dublin. Her work within the ADAPT Centre explores how artificial intelligence can support mental health interventions, and particularly the work of clinicians, to lead to better clinical outcomes. During her PhD, Camille examined the question of user acceptance of health and mental health care technologies. Her research outcomes include the TAC toolkit (a tool to support the design for user acceptance of health technologies), and a longitudinal method to evaluate user acceptance in clinical settings. Camille’s interests cover user-centred design with vulnerable populations, mental health interventions supported by technology, inclusive design, and design justice.