Published on in Vol 6, No 5 (2019): May

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/12656, first published .
The Importance of User Segmentation for Designing Digital Therapy for Adolescent Mental Health: Findings From Scoping Processes

The Importance of User Segmentation for Designing Digital Therapy for Adolescent Mental Health: Findings From Scoping Processes

The Importance of User Segmentation for Designing Digital Therapy for Adolescent Mental Health: Findings From Scoping Processes

Journals

  1. Frontini R, Sousa P, Dixe M, Ferreira R, Figueiredo M. Designing a mobile app to promote healthy behaviors and prevent obesity: analysis of adolescents’ preferences. Informatics for Health and Social Care 2020;45(3):327 View
  2. Lagan S, Aquino P, Emerson M, Fortuna K, Walker R, Torous J. Actionable health app evaluation: translating expert frameworks into objective metrics. npj Digital Medicine 2020;3(1) View
  3. Fleming T, Gillham B, Bavin L, Stasiak K, Lewycka S, Moore J, Shepherd M, Merry S. SPARX-R computerized therapy among adolescents in youth offenders' program: Step-wise cohort study. Internet Interventions 2019;18:100287 View
  4. Povey J, Sweet M, Nagel T, Mills P, Stassi C, Puruntatameri A, Lowell A, Shand F, Dingwall K. Drafting the Aboriginal and Islander Mental Health Initiative for Youth (AIMhi-Y) App: Results of a formative mixed methods study. Internet Interventions 2020;21:100318 View
  5. Lo B, Shi J, Hollenberg E, Abi-Jaoudé A, Johnson A, Wiljer D. Surveying the Role of Analytics in Evaluating Digital Mental Health Interventions for Transition-Aged Youth: Scoping Review. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(6):e15942 View
  6. Bevan Jones R, Stallard P, Agha S, Rice S, Werner‐Seidler A, Stasiak K, Kahn J, Simpson S, Alvarez‐Jimenez M, Rice F, Evans R, Merry S. Practitioner review: Co‐design of digital mental health technologies with children and young people. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 2020;61(8):928 View
  7. Punukollu M, Marques M. Use of mobile apps and technologies in child and adolescent mental health: a systematic review. Evidence Based Mental Health 2019;22(4):161 View
  8. Torous J, Vaidyam A. Multiple uses of app instead of using multiple apps – a case for rethinking the digital health technology toolbox. Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences 2020;29 View
  9. Christie G, Shepherd M, Merry S, Hopkins S, Knightly S, Stasiak K. Gamifying CBT to deliver emotional health treatment to young people on smartphones. Internet Interventions 2019;18:100286 View
  10. Fleming T, Stasiak K, Moselen E, Hermansson-Webb E, Shepherd M, Lucassen M, Bavin L, Merry S. Revising Computerized Therapy for Wider Appeal Among Adolescents: Youth Perspectives on a Revised Version of SPARX. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2019;10 View
  11. Torous J, Powell A, Rodriguez-Villa E. Health Information Technology Resources to Support Measurement-Based Care. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America 2020;29(4):763 View
  12. Michel T, Tachtler F, Slovak P, Fitzpatrick G. Young People’s Attitude Toward Positive Psychology Interventions: Thematic Analysis. JMIR Human Factors 2020;7(4):e21145 View
  13. Melcher J, Camacho E, Lagan S, Torous J. College student engagement with mental health apps: analysis of barriers to sustained use. Journal of American College Health 2020:1 View
  14. Čuš A, Edbrooke-Childs J, Ohmann S, Plener P, Akkaya-Kalayci T. “Smartphone apps are cool, but do they help me?” A thematic analysis of adolescents’ expectations on apps to manage Nonsuicidal Self-injury (Preprint). JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2020 View
  15. Čuš A, Edbrooke-Childs J, Ohmann S, Plener P, Akkaya-Kalayci T. “Smartphone Apps Are Cool, But Do They Help Me?”: A Qualitative Interview Study of Adolescents’ Perspectives on Using Smartphone Interventions to Manage Nonsuicidal Self-Injury. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(6):3289 View
  16. Boucher E, Ward H, Stafford J, Parks A. Effects of a Digital Mental Health Program on Perceived Stress in Adolescents Aged 13-17 Years: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Research Protocols 2021;10(4):e25545 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Fleming T, Sutcliffe K, Lucassen M, Pine R, Donkin L. Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology. View