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Published on 03.04.17 in Vol 4, No 2 (2017): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Public Acceptability of E-Mental Health Treatment Services for Psychological Problems: A Scoping Review"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.6186):

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  1. Linardon J, Messer M, Lee S, Rosato J. Perspectives of e-health interventions for treating and preventing eating disorders: descriptive study of perceived advantages and barriers, help-seeking intentions, and preferred functionality. Eating and Weight Disorders - Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity 2020;
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  4. Lopes RT, Meyer B, Berger T, Svacina MA. Effectiveness of an internet-based self-guided program to treat depression in a sample of Brazilian users: a study protocol. Brazilian Journal of Psychiatry 2020;42(3):322
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  5. Apolinário-Hagen J, Hennemann S, Fritsche L, Drüge M, Breil B. Determinant Factors of Public Acceptance of Stress Management Apps: Survey Study. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(11):e15373
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  6. Lawes-Wickwar S, McBain H, Mulligan K. Application and Effectiveness of Telehealth to Support Severe Mental Illness Management: Systematic Review. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(4):e62
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  8. Apolinário-Hagen J, Harrer M, Kählke F, Fritsche L, Salewski C, Ebert DD. Public Attitudes Toward Guided Internet-Based Therapies: Web-Based Survey Study. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(2):e10735
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  11. Burgess S, Junne F, Rothermund E, Zipfel S, Gündel H, Rieger MA, Michaelis M. Common mental disorders through the eyes of German employees: attributed relevance of work-related causes and prevention measures assessed by a standardised survey. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health 2019;92(6):795
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  12. Grist R, Porter J, Stallard P. Acceptability, Use, and Safety of a Mobile Phone App (BlueIce) for Young People Who Self-Harm: Qualitative Study of Service Users’ Experience. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(1):e16
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  13. Engdahl P, Svedberg P, Lexén A, Bejerholm U. Role of a Digital Return-To-Work Solution for Individuals With Common Mental Disorders: Qualitative Study of the Perspectives of Three Stakeholder Groups. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(9):e15625
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  14. Tan Y, Teng Z, Qiu Y, Tang H, Xiang H, Chen J. Potential of Mobile Technology to Relieve the Urgent Mental Health Needs in China: Web-Based Survey. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(7):e16215
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  15. Muntingh ADT, Hoogendoorn AW, Van Schaik DJF, Van Straten A, Stolk EA, Van Balkom AJLM, Batelaan NM, Eisenbarth H. Patient preferences for a guided self-help programme to prevent relapse in anxiety or depression: A discrete choice experiment. PLOS ONE 2019;14(7):e0219588
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  16. Ferrari M, McIlwaine SV, Reynolds JA, Archie S, Boydell K, Lal S, Shah JL, Henderson J, Alvarez-Jimenez M, Andersson N, Boruff J, Nielsen RKL, Iyer SN. Digital Game Interventions for Youth Mental Health Services (Gaming My Way to Recovery): Protocol for a Scoping Review. JMIR Research Protocols 2020;9(6):e13834
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  17. Sanderson C, Kouzoupi N, Hall CL. Technology Matters: The human touch in a digital age – a blended approach in mental healthcare delivery with children and young people. Child and Adolescent Mental Health 2020;25(2):120
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  18. Scholten H, Granic I. Use of the Principles of Design Thinking to Address Limitations of Digital Mental Health Interventions for Youth: Viewpoint. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(1):e11528
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/mental.6186):

  1. Apolinário-Hagen J, Fritsche L, Albers L, Salewski C. Treatment Resistance in Psychiatry. 2019. Chapter 21:311
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