Published on in Vol 8, No 9 (2021): September

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/28044, first published .
Testing the Differential Impact of an Internet-Based Mental Health Intervention on Outcomes of Well-being and Psychological Distress During COVID-19: Uncontrolled Intervention Study

Testing the Differential Impact of an Internet-Based Mental Health Intervention on Outcomes of Well-being and Psychological Distress During COVID-19: Uncontrolled Intervention Study

Testing the Differential Impact of an Internet-Based Mental Health Intervention on Outcomes of Well-being and Psychological Distress During COVID-19: Uncontrolled Intervention Study

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  2. Baykal Akmeşe Z, Karaca Saydam B, Kardeş G. The Effects of Individualized Information and Emotional Support Education on Midwifery Students’ Anxiety during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Medicina 2022;58(10):1376 View
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  4. Theurel A, Witt A, Shankland R. Promoting University Students’ Mental Health through an Online Multicomponent Intervention during the COVID-19 Pandemic. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(16):10442 View
  5. Fassnacht D, Ali K, van Agteren J, Iasiello M, Mavrangelos T, Furber G, Kyrios M. A Group-Facilitated, Internet-Based Intervention to Promote Mental Health and Well-Being in a Vulnerable Population of University Students: Randomized Controlled Trial of the Be Well Plan Program. JMIR Mental Health 2022;9(5):e37292 View
  6. Roberts M, Colley K, Currie M, Eastwood A, Li K, Avery L, Beevers L, Braithwaite I, Dallimer M, Davies Z, Fisher H, Gidlow C, Memon A, Mudway I, Naylor L, Reis S, Smith P, Stansfeld S, Wilkie S, Irvine K. The Contribution of Environmental Science to Mental Health Research: A Scoping Review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2023;20(7):5278 View
  7. Mason Stephens J, Iasiello M, Ali K, van Agteren J, Fassnacht D. The Importance of Measuring Mental Wellbeing in the Context of Psychological Distress: Using a Theoretical Framework to Test the Dual-Continua Model of Mental Health. Behavioral Sciences 2023;13(5):436 View
  8. Chen G, Zhang Y, Wei Z, Zhang X, Liu J, Peng J, Xu Z, Yu C, Zhang J. The mediating role of anxiety and depression in the relationship between coping styles and life satisfaction among frontline medical workers during the COVID‐19 pandemic: A cross‐sectional study. Ibrain 2023;9(4):390 View
  9. Khanipour-Kencha A, Ghiyasvandian S, Mohammadi S, Khabazkhoob M, Mirshahi A, Wells R, Zakerimoghadam M. Effectiveness of a comprehensive tele-empowerment programme on self-care behaviours, uncertainty and readmission of patients with heart failure: protocol for a randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open 2023;13(8):e074256 View
  10. Bajgain B, Rabi S, Ahmed S, Kiryanova V, Fairie P, Santana M. Patient-reported experiences and outcomes of virtual care during COVID-19: a systematic review. Journal of Patient-Reported Outcomes 2023;7(1) View
  11. Brailovskaia J, von Brachel R, van Hall F, Teismann T, Hirschfeld G, Margraf J. A dual-factor model perspective on depressed inpatients: examining the dynamics of mental health and therapy outcomes. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2024;14 View
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