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Published on 31.10.18 in Vol 5, No 4 (2018): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Early Psychosis Service User Views on Digital Technology: Qualitative Analysis"

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  1. Peck CE, Lim MH, Purkiss M, Foley F, Hopkins L, Thomas N. Development of a Lived Experience-Based Digital Resource for a Digitally-Assisted Peer Support Program for Young People Experiencing Psychosis. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2020;11
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  4. Brunette MF, Ferron JC, McGurk SR, Williams JM, Harrington A, Devitt T, Xie H. Brief, Web-Based Interventions to Motivate Smokers With Schizophrenia: Randomized Trial. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(2):e16524
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  5. Bell IH, Rossell SL, Farhall J, Hayward M, Lim MH, Fielding-Smith SF, Thomas N. Pilot randomised controlled trial of a brief coping-focused intervention for hearing voices blended with smartphone-based ecological momentary assessment and intervention (SAVVy): Feasibility, acceptability and preliminary clinical outcomes. Schizophrenia Research 2020;216:479
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  8. Allan S, Mcleod H, Bradstreet S, Beedie S, Moir B, Gleeson J, Farhall J, Morton E, Gumley A. Understanding Implementation of a Digital Self-Monitoring Intervention for Relapse Prevention in Psychosis: Protocol for a Mixed Method Process Evaluation. JMIR Research Protocols 2019;8(12):e15634
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  9. Bucci S, Schwannauer M, Berry N. The digital revolution and its impact on mental health care. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 2019;92(2):277
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  10. Allan S, Bradstreet S, Mcleod H, Farhall J, Lambrou M, Gleeson J, Clark A, Gumley A. Developing a Hypothetical Implementation Framework of Expectations for Monitoring Early Signs of Psychosis Relapse Using a Mobile App: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(10):e14366
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  12. Bell IH, Alvarez-Jimenez M. Digital Technology to Enhance Clinical Care of Early Psychosis. Current Treatment Options in Psychiatry 2019;6(3):256
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  13. Eisner E, Drake RJ, Berry N, Barrowclough C, Emsley R, Machin M, Bucci S. Development and Long-Term Acceptability of ExPRESS, a Mobile Phone App to Monitor Basic Symptoms and Early Signs of Psychosis Relapse. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(3):e11568
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