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

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/11222, first published .
How Inclusive, User-Centered Design Research Can Improve Psychological Therapies for Psychosis: Development of SlowMo

How Inclusive, User-Centered Design Research Can Improve Psychological Therapies for Psychosis: Development of SlowMo

How Inclusive, User-Centered Design Research Can Improve Psychological Therapies for Psychosis: Development of SlowMo

Journals

  1. Buitenweg D, Bongers I, van de Mheen D, van Oers H, van Nieuwenhuizen C. Cocreative Development of the QoL-ME: A Visual and Personalized Quality of Life Assessment App for People With Severe Mental Health Problems. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(3):e12378 View
  2. Stawarz K, Preist C, Tallon D, Wiles N, Kessler D, Turner K, Shafran R, Coyle D. Design Considerations for the Integrated Delivery of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression: User-Centered Design Study. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(9):e15972 View
  3. Guo C, Ashrafian H, Ghafur S, Fontana G, Gardner C, Prime M. Challenges for the evaluation of digital health solutions—A call for innovative evidence generation approaches. npj Digital Medicine 2020;3(1) View
  4. Riches S, Bird L, Chan N, Garety P, Rus‐Calafell M, Valmaggia L. Subjective experience of paranoid ideation in a virtual reality social environment: A mixed methods cross‐sectional study. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy 2020;27(3):337 View
  5. Garety P, Ward T, Emsley R, Greenwood K, Freeman D, Fowler D, Kuipers E, Bebbington P, Rus-Calafell M, McGourty A, Sacadura C, Collett N, James K, Hardy A. Effects of SlowMo, a Blended Digital Therapy Targeting Reasoning, on Paranoia Among People With Psychosis. JAMA Psychiatry 2021;78(7):714 View
  6. van der Meer L, Jonker T, Wadman H, Wunderink C, van Weeghel J, Pijnenborg G, van Setten E. Targeting Personal Recovery of People With Complex Mental Health Needs: The Development of a Psychosocial Intervention Through User-Centered Design. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2021;12 View
  7. Pallavicini F, Orena E, di Santo S, Greci L, Caragnano C, Ranieri P, Vuolato C, Pepe A, Veronese G, Dakanalis A, Rossini A, Caltagirone C, Clerici M, Mantovani F. MIND-VR: Design and Evaluation Protocol of a Virtual Reality Psychoeducational Experience on Stress and Anxiety for the Psychological Support of Healthcare Workers Involved in the COVID-19 Pandemic. Frontiers in Virtual Reality 2021;2 View
  8. Berry N, Machin M, Ainsworth J, Berry K, Edge D, Haddock G, Lewis S, Morris R, Bucci S. Developing a Theory-Informed Smartphone App for Early Psychosis: Learning Points From a Multidisciplinary Collaboration. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2020;11 View
  9. Sedgwick O, Hardy A, Greer B, Newbery K, Cella M. “I wanted to do more of the homework!”—Feasibility and acceptability of blending app‐based homework with group therapy for social cognition in psychosis. Journal of Clinical Psychology 2021 View
  10. Garety P, Ward T, Emsley R, Greenwood K, Freeman D, Fowler D, Kuipers E, Bebbington P, Dunn G, Hardy A. Digitally supported CBT to reduce paranoia and improve reasoning for people with schizophrenia-spectrum psychosis: the SlowMo RCT. Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation 2021;8(11):1 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Rauschenberg C, Rus-Calafell M, Reininghaus U, Valmaggia L. Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology. View