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

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

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

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

Journals

  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 2021;26(4):1097 View
  2. Apolinário-Hagen J. Internet-Delivered Psychological Treatment Options for Panic Disorder: A Review on Their Efficacy and Acceptability. Psychiatry Investigation 2019;16(1):37 View
  3. Baumeister H, Terhorst Y, Grässle C, Freudenstein M, Nübling R, Ebert D, Doering S. Impact of an acceptance facilitating intervention on psychotherapists’ acceptance of blended therapy. PLOS ONE 2020;15(8):e0236995 View
  4. Lopes R, Meyer B, Berger T, Svacina M. 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 View
  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 View
  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 View
  7. 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
  8. Apolinário-Hagen J, Harrer M, Kählke F, Fritsche L, Salewski C, Ebert D. Public Attitudes Toward Guided Internet-Based Therapies: Web-Based Survey Study. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(2):e10735 View
  9. Dorow M, Löbner M, Pabst A, Stein J, Riedel-Heller S. Preferences for Depression Treatment Including Internet-Based Interventions: Results From a Large Sample of Primary Care Patients. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2018;9 View
  10. Hunkin H, King D, Zajac I. Wearable devices as adjuncts in the treatment of anxiety‐related symptoms: A narrative review of five device modalities and implications for clinical practice.. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice 2019;26(3) View
  11. Burgess S, Junne F, Rothermund E, Zipfel S, Gündel H, Rieger M, 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 View
  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 View
  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 View
  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 View
  15. Muntingh A, Hoogendoorn A, Van Schaik D, Van Straten A, Stolk E, Van Balkom A, Batelaan N, 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 View
  16. Ferrari M, McIlwaine S, Reynolds J, Archie S, Boydell K, Lal S, Shah J, Henderson J, Alvarez-Jimenez M, Andersson N, Boruff J, Nielsen R, Iyer S. 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 View
  17. Sanderson C, Kouzoupi N, Hall C. 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 View
  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 View
  19. Fletcher S, Chondros P, Densley K, Murray E, Dowrick C, Coe A, Hegarty K, Davidson S, Wachtler C, Mihalopoulos C, Lee Y, Chatterton M, Palmer V, Gunn J. Matching depression management to severity prognosis in primary care: results of the Target-D randomised controlled trial. British Journal of General Practice 2021;71(703):e85 View
  20. Phillips E, Himmler S, Schreyögg J. Preferences for e-Mental Health Interventions in Germany: A Discrete Choice Experiment. Value in Health 2021;24(3):421 View
  21. Woodford J, Månberg J, Cajander Å, Enebrink P, Harila-Saari A, Hagström J, Karlsson M, Placid Solimena H, von Essen L. Help-seeking behaviour and attitudes towards internet-administered psychological support among adolescent and young adults previously treated for cancer during childhood: protocol for a survey and embedded qualitative interview study in Sweden. BMJ Open 2021;11(4):e041350 View
  22. Krijnen-de Bruin E, Geerlings J, Muntingh A, Scholten W, Maarsingh O, van Straten A, Batelaan N, van Meijel B. Evaluation of a Blended Relapse Prevention Program for Anxiety and Depression in General Practice: Qualitative Study. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(2):e23200 View
  23. Breil B, Dederichs M, Kremer L, Richter D, Angerer P, Apolinário-Hagen J. Bekanntheit und Nutzung von digitalen Gesundheitsangeboten in Deutschland: eine bevölkerungsrepräsentative Querschnittsuntersuchung. Das Gesundheitswesen 2021;83(12):1019 View
  24. Hrynyschyn R, Dockweiler C. Effectiveness of Smartphone-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Among Patients With Major Depression: Systematic Review of Health Implications. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(2):e24703 View
  25. Bastien G, Del Grande C, Dyachenko A, Kaczorowski J, Pagé M, Brissette S, Lespérance F, Dubreucq S, Hooley P, Jutras-Aswad D. Preferences for research design and treatment of comorbid depression among patients with an opioid use disorder: A cross-sectional discrete choice experiment. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 2021;226:108857 View
  26. Kuso S, Nitsch M, Zeiler M, Simek M, Adamcik T, Dey M, Berger T, Krieger T, Weisel K, Zarski A, Ebert D, Schaub M, Moser C, Botella C, Baños R, Herrero R, Etchemendy E, Nacke B, Beintner I, Vollert B, Schmidt-Hantke J, Hütter K, Jacobi C, Waldherr K. Stakeholders’ views on online interventions to prevent common mental health disorders in adults implemented into existing healthcare systems in Europe. European Journal of Public Health 2021;31(Supplement_1):i55 View
  27. Nixon P, Boß L, Heber E, Ebert D, Lehr D. A three-armed randomised controlled trial investigating the comparative impact of guidance on the efficacy of a web-based stress management intervention and health impairing and promoting mechanisms of prevention. BMC Public Health 2021;21(1) View
  28. Engdahl P, Svedberg P, Bejerholm U. Acceptability of a digital return-to-work intervention for common mental disorders: a qualitative study on service user perspectives. BMC Psychiatry 2021;21(1) View
  29. Linardon J, Westrupp E, Macdonald J, Mikocka-Walus A, Stokes M, Greenwood C, Youssef G, Teague S, Hutchinson D, Sciberras E, Fuller-Tyszkiewicz M. Monitoring Australian parents’ shifting receptiveness to digital mental health interventions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 2022;56(11):1503 View
  30. Schwarz J, Mauche N, Oehler C, Rummel-Kluge C, Hegerl U, Strauß M. „iFightDepression“ im stationären Setting. Der Nervenarzt 2022;93(5):459 View
  31. Tan Y, Lattie E, Qiu Y, Teng Z, Wu C, Tang H, Chen J. Accessibility of mental health support in China and preferences on web-based services for mood disorders: A qualitative study. Internet Interventions 2021;26:100475 View
  32. Lincke L, Ulbrich L, Reis O, Wandinger E, Brähler E, Dück A, Kölch M. Attitudes toward innovative mental health treatment approaches in Germany: E-mental health and home treatment. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2022;13 View
  33. Dambi J, Mavhu W, Beji-Chauke R, Kaiyo-Utete M, Mills R, Shumba R, Muchemwa S, Musesengwa R, Verhey R, Abas M, Hirsch C, Chibanda D. The impact of working alliance in managing youth anxiety and depression: a scoping review. npj Mental Health Research 2023;2(1) View
  34. Moghimi E, Davis C, Rotondi M. eHealth Treatments for Compulsive Overeating: a Narrative Review. Current Addiction Reports 2020;7(3):395 View
  35. Dowling D, Martland N, King S, Nguyen J, Neely E, Ball J, Grant N, Dom G, McNulty N. Better than expected: client and clinician experiences of videoconferencing therapy (VT) during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist 2022;15 View
  36. Leuchtenberg S, Gromer D, Käthner I. Videoconferencing versus face‐to‐face psychotherapy: Insights from patients and psychotherapists about comparability of therapeutic alliance, empathy and treatment characteristics. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research 2023;23(2):389 View
  37. Askari M, Mauro P, Kaur N, Keyes K. Age, Period, and Cohort Trends in Perceived Mental Health Treatment Need and Differences by Mental Health Severity in the United States, 2008–2019. Community Mental Health Journal 2023;59(4):631 View
  38. Hegerl U, Oehler C. Promises and risks of web-based interventions in the treatment of depression. Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience 2020;22(2):161 View
  39. Petersen K. E-Health: computergestützte Interventionen bei Abhängigkeitserkrankungen. PSYCH up2date 2018;12(02):111 View
  40. Kegel F, Greve M, Schnell K, Stein M, Kolbe L. Co-Creative Vermittlungsplattformen für die Psychische Gesundheitsversorgung. HMD Praxis der Wirtschaftsinformatik 2022;59(6):1513 View
  41. Becker J, Kreis A, Schorch T, Mayer A, Tsiouris A, Beutel M, Zwerenz R. Adherence and effectiveness of an emotion-based psychodynamic online self-help during and after inpatient and day-care psychotherapy: Results of a naturalistic study. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2023;14 View
  42. Parker E, Banfield M. Consumer Perspectives on Anxiety Management in Australian General Practice. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(9):5706 View
  43. Koulouri T, Macredie R, Olakitan D. Chatbots to Support Young Adults’ Mental Health: An Exploratory Study of Acceptability. ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems 2022;12(2):1 View
  44. Brown J, Lisk S, Carter B, Stevelink S, Van Lieshout R, Michelson D. How Can We Actually Change Help-Seeking Behaviour for Mental Health Problems among the General Public? Development of the ‘PLACES’ Model. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(5):2831 View
  45. Hagström J, Woodford J, von Essen A, Lähteenmäki P, von Essen L. Opt-out rates and reasons for non-participation in a single-arm feasibility trial (ENGAGE) of a guided internet-administered CBT-based intervention for parents of children treated for cancer: a nested cross-sectional survey. BMJ Open 2022;12(4):e056758 View
  46. Ellis D, Anderson P. Validation of the Attitudes Towards Psychological Online Interventions Questionnaire Among Black Americans: Cross-cultural Confirmatory Factor Analysis. JMIR Mental Health 2023;10:e43929 View
  47. Hugh-Jones S, Ulor M, Nugent T, Walshe S, Kirk M. The potential of virtual reality to support adolescent mental well-being in schools: A UK co-design and proof-of-concept study. Mental Health & Prevention 2023;30:200265 View
  48. Muñoz Bohorquez J, Parra D, Saperstein S, Aparicio E, Lewin A, Green K. Feasibility of Implementing a Mindfulness-Based Online Program for Latina Immigrants and the Staff that Work with Them. Mindfulness 2023;14(5):1148 View
  49. Vowels L, Sever Z. Are Digital Interventions the Next Frontier in Sex Therapy? A Mixed Methods Study Examining Attitudes toward Digital Sex Therapy. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy 2023;49(8):1043 View
  50. Brantnell A, Temiz S, Baraldi E, Woodford J, von Essen L. Barriers to and Facilitators of the Implementation of Digital Mental Health Interventions as Perceived by Primary Care Decision Makers: Content Analysis of Structured Open-Ended Survey Data. JMIR Human Factors 2023;10:e44688 View
  51. Holtz B, Kanthawala S, Martin K, Nelson V, Parrott S. Young adults’ adoption and use of mental health apps: efficient, effective, but no replacement for in-person care. Journal of American College Health 2023:1 View
  52. Micklitz H, Nagel Z, Jahn S, Oertelt-Prigione S, Andersson G, Sander L. Digital self-help for people experiencing intimate partner violence: a qualitative study on user experiences and needs including people with lived experiences and services providers. BMC Public Health 2023;23(1) View
  53. Zimbile F, Beek T, David S, Crutzen R. An Implementation Pilot of Web-Based Self-Training Programs on Sexual Dysfunctions in the Dutch Public Sexual Health Setting: Mixed Methods Study. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e49009 View
  54. Cohen Rodrigues T, Reijnders T, Janssen V, Kraaijenhagen R, Atsma D, Evers A. Experimental study about the use intention of human-supported and self-help eHealth interventions: What is the role of user expectations? (Preprint). JMIR Formative Research 2022 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Apolinário-Hagen J, Fritsche L, Albers L, Salewski C. Treatment Resistance in Psychiatry. View
  2. Beutel M, Kraft-Bauersachs C, Kreß S, Leinberger B, Loew T, Olbrich D, Schonnebeck M, Zwerenz R. Praxishandbuch Psychosomatische Medizin in der Rehabilitation. View