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Development of a Mobile App for Individuals with Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mood Disorders: Integrated Support Now

Development of a Mobile App for Individuals with Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mood Disorders: Integrated Support Now

IPROCiprocIproceedings2369-6893JMIR PublicationsToronto, Canadav4i2e1189210.2196/11892AbstractAbstractDevelopment of a Mobile App for Individuals with Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mood Disorders: Integrated Support NowHaleTimothySugarmanDawnPhD1Division

Dawn Sugarman, Sunetra Bane, Simone Orlowski, Tasmia Noor, Joe Gracz, Hilary Connery, Cheryl Cronin, Kenneth Gilman, Rocco Iannucci, Monika Kolodziej, Anna Munro, Kamal Jethwani, Roger Weiss

iproc 2018;4(2):e11892

Technology-Based Interventions for Mental Health in Tertiary Students: Systematic Review

Technology-Based Interventions for Mental Health in Tertiary Students: Systematic Review

However, with the exception of eating disorders and substance misuse, there have been no systematic reviews specifically targeted at the effectiveness of Internet or other technology-based mental health interventions for university students.

Louise Farrer, Amelia Gulliver, Jade KY Chan, Philip J Batterham, Julia Reynolds, Alison Calear, Robert Tait, Kylie Bennett, Kathleen M Griffiths

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(5):e101

Neurofeedback as a Treatment for Impulsivity in a Forensic Psychiatric Population With Substance Use Disorder: Study Protocol of a Randomized Controlled Trial Combined With an N-of-1 Clinical Trial

Neurofeedback as a Treatment for Impulsivity in a Forensic Psychiatric Population With Substance Use Disorder: Study Protocol of a Randomized Controlled Trial Combined With an N-of-1 Clinical Trial

In SUD, the use of a substance is continued even though a person is aware of the negative consequences of prolonged drug use. This can be explained by deficient inhibitory control over drug-taking which provides immediate (positive) reinforcement [2].

Sandra Fielenbach, Franc CL Donkers, Marinus Spreen, Stefan Bogaerts

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(1):e13

Transdiagnostic Risk and Protective Factors for Psychopathology in Young People: Systematic Review Protocol

Transdiagnostic Risk and Protective Factors for Psychopathology in Young People: Systematic Review Protocol

IntroductionMental and substance use disorders are among the leading causes of burden of disease worldwide, and the mortality and morbidity of these disorders have not declined since 1990 [1].

Samantha Jane Lynch, Matthew Sunderland, Nicola Claire Newton, Cath Chapman

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(8):e19779

Characteristics of Neuropsychiatric Mobile Health Trials: Cross-Sectional Analysis of Studies Registered on ClinicalTrials.gov

Characteristics of Neuropsychiatric Mobile Health Trials: Cross-Sectional Analysis of Studies Registered on ClinicalTrials.gov

, (6) opioid use disorders, (7) alcohol use disorders, (8) epilepsy, (9) schizophrenia, and (10) other mental and substance use disorders.

Mia Tova Minen, Julia Frederica Reichel, Pallavi Pemmireddy, Elizabeth Loder, John Torous

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(8):e16180

Smartphone Apps Targeting Alcohol and Illicit Substance Use: Systematic Search in  in Commercial App Stores and Critical Content Analysis

Smartphone Apps Targeting Alcohol and Illicit Substance Use: Systematic Search in in Commercial App Stores and Critical Content Analysis

Smartphone apps, short message service (SMS) text messaging, and interactive voice response are effective approaches to reducing the burden of substance use disorders (SUDs) [1-4].

Babak Tofighi, Chemi Chemi, Jose Ruiz-Valcarcel, Paul Hein, Lu Hu

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(4):e11831