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Proportionate methods for evaluating a simple digital mental health tool
BACKGROUND: Traditional evaluation methods are not keeping pace with rapid developments in mobile health. More flexible methodologies are needed to evaluate mHealth technologies, particularly simple, self-help tools. One ...
Annual Research Review: Digital health interventions for children and young people with mental health problems: A systematic and meta-review
Background: Digital health interventions (DHIs), including computer-assisted therapy, smartphone apps and wearable technologies, are heralded as having enormous potential to improve uptake and accessibility, efficiency, ...
Identifying research priorities for digital technology in mental health care: results of the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership
Digital technology, including the internet, smartphones, and wearables, provides the possibility to bridge the mental health treatment gap by offering flexible and tailored approaches to mental health care that are more ...
A pilot randomised controlled study of the mental health first aid eLearning course with UK medical students
BACKGROUNDMedical students face many barriers to seeking out professional help for their mental health, including stigma relating to mental illness, and often prefer to seek support and advice from fellow students. Improving ...