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Reducing Depression Through an Online Intervention: Benefits From a User Perspective

Reducing Depression Through an Online Intervention: Benefits From a User Perspective

Reducing Depression Through an Online Intervention: Benefits From a User Perspective

Authors of this article:

Dimity A Crisp 1 Author Orcid Image ;   Kathleen M Griffiths 2 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. Lamela D, Cabral J, Coelho S, Jongenelen I. Personal stigma, determinants of intention to use technology, and acceptance of internet-based psychological interventions for depression. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2020;136:104076 View
  2. Griffiths K, Carron-Arthur B, Reynolds J, Bennett K, Bennett A. User characteristics and usage of an open access moderated internet support group for depression and other mental disorders: A prospective study. Internet Interventions 2017;7:9 View
  3. Griffiths K. Mental health Internet support groups: just a lot of talk or a valuable intervention?. World Psychiatry 2017;16(3):247 View
  4. Flickinger T, DeBolt C, Xie A, Kosmacki A, Grabowski M, Waldman A, Reynolds G, Conaway M, Cohn W, Ingersoll K, Dillingham R. Addressing Stigma Through a Virtual Community for People Living with HIV: A Mixed Methods Study of the PositiveLinks Mobile Health Intervention. AIDS and Behavior 2018;22(10):3395 View
  5. Lazarou I, Stavropoulos T, Mpaltadoros L, Nikolopoulos S, Koumanakos G, Tsolaki M, Kompatsiaris I. Human Factors and Requirements of People with Cognitive Impairment, Their Caregivers, and Healthcare Professionals for mHealth Apps Including Reminders, Games, and Geolocation Tracking: A Survey-Questionnaire Study. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease Reports 2021;5(1):497 View
  6. Smit D, Vrijsen J, Groeneweg B, Vellinga-Dings A, Peelen J, Spijker J. A Newly Developed Online Peer Support Community for Depression (Depression Connect): Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(7):e25917 View
  7. Eccles H, Nannarone M, Lashewicz B, Attridge M, Marchand A, Aiken A, Ho K, Wang J. Barriers to the Use of Web-Based Mental Health Programs for Preventing Depression: Qualitative Study. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(7):e16949 View
  8. Lara M, Patiño P, Tiburcio M, Navarrete L. Satisfaction and Acceptability Ratings of a Web-Based Self-help Intervention for Depression: Retrospective Cross-sectional Study From a Resource-Limited Country. JMIR Formative Research 2022;6(4):e29566 View
  9. Hornstein S, Zantvoort K, Lueken U, Funk B, Hilbert K. Personalization strategies in digital mental health interventions: a systematic review and conceptual framework for depressive symptoms. Frontiers in Digital Health 2023;5 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Richardson M, Sheeks G, Waller R, Lemoine P. Academic Language and Learning Support Services in Higher Education. View
  2. Richardson M, Sheeks G, Waller R, Lemoine P. Research Anthology on Developing Effective Online Learning Courses. View