Medicine 2.0'10 (Maastricht, NL)
A Visual Screening Instrument for Common Mental Disorders and Suicidal Ideation: Validation among the General Population
Background: Most screening instruments for common mental disorders feature long sentences and difficult wording. We have developed an easy-to-understand, web-based visual screening instrument called the Trimbos Visual Screener for Common Mental Disorders (TVS-CMD). It screens for depression, anxiety, problem drinking and suicidal tendency and is aimed at adults with various education and reading levels. The present study will cross-validate the TVS-CMD with a battery of self-report measures ...
Medicine 2.0'13 (London, UK)
GET.ON PAPP: Feasibility of a Mobile Application for Panic with and without Agoraphobia
Background: Panic disorder is one of the most prevalent anxiety disorders. Contemporary research has proven effectiveness of internet-based self-help interventions for panic disorder. However, these approaches are limited with respect to motivate and support clients in exposure and monitoring tasks which are both fundamental components of CBT-based therapy. We argue, that the time- and location-independent nature of smartphones makes them in particular suitable to overcome these limitations....
Full Paper Publications
JMIR Research Protocols
Internet-Based Intervention to Promote Mental Fitness in Mildly Depressed Adults: Design of a Randomized Controlled Trial
Journal of Medical Internet Research
Internet-Based Treatment for Adults with Depressive Symptoms: Randomized Controlled Trial
Predicting Successful Treatment Outcome of Web-Based Self-help for Problem Drinkers: Secondary Analysis From a Randomized Controlled Trial
Cost-Utility and Cost-Effectiveness of Internet-Based Treatment for Adults With Depressive Symptoms: Randomized Trial
Is a Severe Clinical Profile an Effect Modifier in a Web-Based Depression Treatment for Adults With Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes? Secondary Analyses From a Randomized Controlled Trial
Effectiveness of E-Self-help Interventions for Curbing Adult Problem Drinking: A Meta-analysis
Modeling the Cost-Effectiveness of Health Care Systems for Alcohol Use Disorders: How Implementation of eHealth Interventions Improves Cost-Effectiveness
Curbing Alcohol Use in Male Adults Through Computer Generated Personalized Advice: Randomized Controlled Trial
Theme Issue on E-Mental Health: A Growing Field in Internet Research
An Internet-Based Guided Self-Help Intervention for Panic Symptoms: Randomized Controlled Trial
For Whom Does It Work? Moderators of Outcome on the Effect of a Transdiagnostic Internet-Based Maintenance Treatment After Inpatient Psychotherapy: Randomized Controlled Trial
An Internet-Based Intervention to Promote Mental Fitness for Mildly Depressed Adults: Randomized Controlled Trial
Internet-Based, Culturally Sensitive, Problem-Solving Therapy for Turkish Migrants With Depression: Randomized Controlled Trial
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