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University Students’ Views on the Perceived Benefits and Drawbacks of Seeking Help for Mental Health Problems on the Internet: A Qualitative Study

University Students’ Views on the Perceived Benefits and Drawbacks of Seeking Help for Mental Health Problems on the Internet: A Qualitative Study

Focus group participants were asked a series of questions relating to help-seeking preferences for mental health problems (both offline and on the Internet) and their views toward the development of a virtual mental health clinic for university students.

Jade KY Chan, Louise M Farrer, Amelia Gulliver, Kylie Bennett, Kathleen M Griffiths

JMIR Hum Factors 2016;3(1):e3


Impact of Mental Health Screening on Promoting Immediate Online Help-Seeking: Randomized Trial Comparing Normative Versus Humor-Driven Feedback

Impact of Mental Health Screening on Promoting Immediate Online Help-Seeking: Randomized Trial Comparing Normative Versus Humor-Driven Feedback

Given the provision of online screening and feedback, it remains unclear whether there is an impact on online help-seeking. Furthermore, the reason for differences in rates of help-seeking may be related to how the personal feedback is presented.

Isabella Choi, David N Milne, Mark Deady, Rafael A Calvo, Samuel B Harvey, Nick Glozier

JMIR Ment Health 2018;5(2):e26


Who Are the Young People Choosing Web-based Mental Health Support? Findings From the Implementation of Australia's National Web-based Youth Mental Health Service, eheadspace

Who Are the Young People Choosing Web-based Mental Health Support? Findings From the Implementation of Australia's National Web-based Youth Mental Health Service, eheadspace

Rather, there is a marked mismatch between the prevalence of disorder and professional help-seeking [3]. In Australia, this mismatch is greatest for 16- to 24-year-old males.

Debra Rickwood, Marianne Webb, Vanessa Kennedy, Nic Telford

JMIR Ment Health 2016;3(3):e40


Adolescents’ Perspectives on a Mobile App for Relationships: Cross-Sectional Survey

Adolescents’ Perspectives on a Mobile App for Relationships: Cross-Sectional Survey

Conversely, positive past experiences, social support, and encouragement from others is found to aid help-seeking. Although mental health issues are more complex, similar factors may affect help-seeking for relationships.

Bridianne O'Dea, Melinda Rose Achilles, Aliza Werner-Seidler, Philip J Batterham, Alison L Calear, Yael Perry, Fiona Shand, Helen Christensen

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(3):e56


Requirements for an Electronic Health Tool to Support the Process of Help Seeking by Caregivers of Functionally Impaired Older Adults: Co-Design Approach

Requirements for an Electronic Health Tool to Support the Process of Help Seeking by Caregivers of Functionally Impaired Older Adults: Co-Design Approach

As part of a broad co-design study aiming to develop an e Health tool to support the process of help seeking by caregivers of functionally impaired older adults, this paper reports on the scope dimension: the identification of content and functional requirements

Mélanie Tremblay, Karine Latulippe, Anik MC Giguere, Véronique Provencher, Valérie Poulin, Véronique Dubé, Manon Guay, Sophie Ethier, Andrée Sévigny, Maude Carignan, Dominique Giroux

JMIR Aging 2019;2(1):e12327