Published on in Vol 9, No 3 (2022): Jul-Sep

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/29725, first published .
Bridging the Digital Divide in Psychological Therapies: Observational Study of Engagement With the SlowMo Mobile App for Paranoia in Psychosis

Bridging the Digital Divide in Psychological Therapies: Observational Study of Engagement With the SlowMo Mobile App for Paranoia in Psychosis

Bridging the Digital Divide in Psychological Therapies: Observational Study of Engagement With the SlowMo Mobile App for Paranoia in Psychosis

Journals

  1. Hassan L, Eisner E, Berry K, Emsley R, Ainsworth J, Lewis S, Haddock G, Edge D, Bucci S. User engagement in a randomised controlled trial for a digital health intervention for early psychosis (Actissist 2.0 trial). Psychiatry Research 2023;329:115536 View
  2. Yosep I, Suryani S, Mediani H, Mardhiyah A, Maulana I. Digital Therapy: Alleviating Anxiety and Depression in Adolescent Students During COVID-19 Online Learning - A Scoping Review. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare 2023;Volume 16:1705 View
  3. Cohen M, Roe D, Savir T, Baumel A. Blended care in psychosis – A systematic review. Schizophrenia Research 2024;267:381 View
  4. Smith K, Hardy A, Vinnikova A, Blease C, Milligan L, Hidalgo-Mazzei D, Lambe S, Marzano L, Uhlhaas P, Ostinelli E, Anmella G, Zangani C, Aronica R, Dwyer B, Torous J, Cipriani A. Digital Mental Health for Schizophrenia and Other Severe Mental Illnesses: An International Consensus on Current Challenges and Potential Solutions. JMIR Mental Health 2024;11:e57155 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Miranda J. Transformative Approaches to Patient Literacy and Healthcare Innovation. View