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Works citing "How Inclusive, User-Centered Design Research Can Improve Psychological Therapies for Psychosis: Development of SlowMo"
Amy Hardy, Anna Wojdecka, Jonathan West, Ed Matthews, Christopher Golby, Thomas Ward, Natalie D Lopez, Daniel Freeman, Helen Waller, Elizabeth Kuipers, Paul Bebbington, David Fowler, Richard Emsley, Graham Dunn, Philippa Garety
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Buitenweg DC, Bongers IL, van de Mheen D, van Oers HA, 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):e12378CrossRef