Published on in Vol 8, No 6 (2021): June

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/25742, first published .
Twitter Users’ Views on Mental Health Crisis Resolution Team Care Compared With Stakeholder Interviews and Focus Groups: Qualitative Analysis

Twitter Users’ Views on Mental Health Crisis Resolution Team Care Compared With Stakeholder Interviews and Focus Groups: Qualitative Analysis

Twitter Users’ Views on Mental Health Crisis Resolution Team Care Compared With Stakeholder Interviews and Focus Groups: Qualitative Analysis

Journals

  1. Morant N, Chilman N, Lloyd-Evans B, Wackett J, Johnson S. Acceptability of Using Social Media Content in Mental Health Research: A Reflection. Comment on “Twitter Users’ Views on Mental Health Crisis Resolution Team Care Compared With Stakeholder Interviews and Focus Groups: Qualitative Analysis”. JMIR Mental Health 2021;8(8):e32475 View
  2. Coady A, Lainchbury K, Godard R, Holtzman S. What twitter can tell us about user experiences of crisis text lines: A qualitative study. Internet Interventions 2022;28:100526 View
  3. Taylor T, Stockton S, Bowen M. Crisis resolution home treatment team Clinicians' perceptions of using a recovery approach with people with a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 2023;30(3):558 View
  4. Mulligan L, Neil S, Johnstone M, Morris K, Swift E. Acceptability of the ‘Crisis Toolbox’: a skills-based intervention delivered in a Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team during COVID-19. Community Mental Health Journal 2022;58(8):1487 View
  5. Cornelis J, Barakat A, Blankers M, Peen J, Lommerse N, Eikelenboom M, Zoeteman J, Van H, Beekman A, Dekker J. The effectiveness of intensive home treatment as a substitute for hospital admission in acute psychiatric crisis resolution in the Netherlands: a two-centre Zelen double-consent randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Psychiatry 2022;9(8):625 View
  6. Thompson D, Deatrick J, Knafl K, Swallow V, Wu Y. A Pragmatic Guide to Qualitative Analysis for Pediatric Researchers. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 2022;47(9):1019 View
  7. Ainley E, Witwicki C, Tallett A, Graham C. Using Twitter Comments to Understand People’s Experiences of UK Health Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Thematic and Sentiment Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(10):e31101 View
  8. Baumann S, Thompson J. Toward a more expansive and inclusive definition of women’s health: A content analysis of Twitter conversations. Health Care for Women International 2023:1 View
  9. Clibbens N, Booth A, Sharda L, Baker J, Thompson J, Ashman M, Berzins K, Weich S, Kendal S. Explaining context, mechanism and outcome in adult community mental health crisis care: A realist evidence synthesis. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 2023;32(6):1636 View
  10. Clibbens N, Baker J, Booth A, Berzins K, Ashman M, Sharda L, Thompson J, Kendal S, Weich S. Explanation of context, mechanisms and outcomes in adult community mental health crisis care: the MH-CREST realist evidence synthesis. Health and Social Care Delivery Research 2023:1 View
  11. Haslam M, Lamph G, Jones E, Wright K. Care giving and receiving for people with complex emotional needs within a crisis resolution/home treatment setting: A qualitative evidence synthesis. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 2024 View