Published on in Vol 9 , No 4 (2022) :April

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/29211, first published .
Characterizing Use of a Multicomponent Digital Intervention to Predict Treatment Outcomes in First-Episode Psychosis: Cluster Analysis

Characterizing Use of a Multicomponent Digital Intervention to Predict Treatment Outcomes in First-Episode Psychosis: Cluster Analysis

Characterizing Use of a Multicomponent Digital Intervention to Predict Treatment Outcomes in First-Episode Psychosis: Cluster Analysis

Journals

  1. Orsolini L, Appignanesi C, Pompili S, Volpe U. The role of digital tools in providing youth mental health: results from an international multi-center study. International Review of Psychiatry 2022;34(7-8):809 View
  2. Gavin J, Barnes S. Research protocol for a preliminary evaluation of a gamified tool for adult wellbeing. Mental Health and Social Inclusion 2023;27(2):154 View
  3. O'Sullivan S, van Berkel N, Kostakos V, Schmaal L, D'Alfonso S, Valentine L, Bendall S, Nelson B, Gleeson J, Alvarez-Jimenez M. Understanding What Drives Long-term Engagement in Digital Mental Health Interventions: Secondary Causal Analysis of the Relationship Between Social Networking and Therapy Engagement. JMIR Mental Health 2023;10:e44812 View
  4. Lal S, Tobin R, Tremblay S, Gleeson J, D’Alfonso S, Etienne G, Joober R, Lepage M, Alvarez-Jimenez M. Experiences of a Digital Mental Health Intervention from the Perspectives of Young People Recovering from First-Episode Psychosis: A Focus Group Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2023;20(9):5745 View