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Published on 08.05.18 in Vol 5, No 2 (2018): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Recovery After Psychosis: Qualitative Study of Service User Experiences of Lived Experience Videos on a Recovery-Oriented Website"

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  1. Thomas N, Bless JJ, Alderson-Day B, Bell IH, Cella M, Craig T, Delespaul P, Hugdahl K, Laloyaux J, Larøi F, Lincoln TM, Schlier B, Urwyler P, van den Berg D, Jardri R. Potential Applications of Digital Technology in Assessment, Treatment, and Self-help for Hallucinations. Schizophrenia Bulletin 2019;45(Supplement_1):S32
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  2. Michalak EE, Morton E, Barnes SJ, Hole R, Murray G. Supporting Self-Management in Bipolar Disorder: Mixed-Methods Knowledge Translation Study. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(4):e13493
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  3. Lim MH, Gleeson JFM, Rodebaugh TL, Eres R, Long KM, Casey K, Abbott JM, Thomas N, Penn DL. A pilot digital intervention targeting loneliness in young people with psychosis. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 2019;
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  4. Kerner B, Crisanti AS, DeShaw JL, Ho JG, Jordan K, Krall RL, Kunz MJ, Mazurie AJ, Nestsiarovich A, Perkins DJ, Schroeter QL, Smith AN, Tohen M, Volesky E, Zhu Y, Lambert CG. Information Dissemination Preferences on Treatment for Bipolar Disorder: Patient-Centered Focus Group Study (Preprint). JMIR Mental Health 2018;
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