Published on in Vol 6, No 4 (2019): April

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/13202, first published .
Transdiagnostic Mobile Health: Smartphone Intervention Reduces Depressive Symptoms in People With Mood and Psychotic Disorders

Transdiagnostic Mobile Health: Smartphone Intervention Reduces Depressive Symptoms in People With Mood and Psychotic Disorders

Transdiagnostic Mobile Health: Smartphone Intervention Reduces Depressive Symptoms in People With Mood and Psychotic Disorders

Journals

  1. Schueller S, Hunter J, Figueroa C, Aguilera A. Use of Digital Mental Health for Marginalized and Underserved Populations. Current Treatment Options in Psychiatry 2019;6(3):243 View
  2. Brubaker J, Beverly E. Burnout, Perceived Stress, Sleep Quality, and Smartphone Use: A Survey of Osteopathic Medical Students. Journal of Osteopathic Medicine 2020;120(1):6 View
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  5. Daus H, Bloecher T, Egeler R, De Klerk R, Stork W, Backenstrass M. Development of an Emotion-Sensitive mHealth Approach for Mood-State Recognition in Bipolar Disorder. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(7):e14267 View
  6. Gründahl M, Deckert J, Hein G. Three Questions to Consider Before Applying Ecological Momentary Interventions (EMI) in Psychiatry. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2020;11 View
  7. Ondersma S, Walters S. Clinician's Guide to Evaluating and Developing eHealth Interventions for Mental Health. Psychiatric Research and Clinical Practice 2020;2(1):26 View
  8. Buck B, Chander A, Ben-Zeev D. Clinical and demographic predictors of engagement in mobile health vs. clinic-based interventions for serious mental illness. Journal of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy 2020;30(1):3 View
  9. Faurholt‐Jepsen M, Lindbjerg Tønning M, Fros M, Martiny K, Tuxen N, Rosenberg N, Busk J, Winther O, Thaysen‐Petersen D, Aamund K, Tolderlund L, Bardram J, Kessing L. Reducing the rate of psychiatric re‐admissions in bipolar disorder using smartphones—The RADMIS trial. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 2021;143(5):453 View
  10. Bowie-DaBreo D, Sünram-Lea S, Sas C, Iles-Smith H. Evaluation of Treatment Descriptions and Alignment With Clinical Guidance of Apps for Depression on App Stores: Systematic Search and Content Analysis. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(11):e14988 View
  11. Bianco C, Myers A, Smagula S, Fortuna K. Can Smartphone Apps Assist People with Serious Mental Illness in Taking Medications as Prescribed?. Sleep Medicine Clinics 2021;16(1):213 View
  12. Forman-Hoffman V, Nelson B, Ranta K, Nazander A, Hilgert O, de Quevedo J. Significant reduction in depressive symptoms among patients with moderately-severe to severe depressive symptoms after participation in a therapist-supported, evidence-based mobile health program delivered via a smartphone app. Internet Interventions 2021;25:100408 View