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Published on 19.04.11 in Vol 13, No 2 (2011): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Effects of a Multilingual Information Website Intervention on the Levels of Depression Literacy and Depression-Related Stigma in Greek-Born and Italian-Born Immigrants Living in Australia: A Randomized Controlled Trial"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1527):

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  1. Brainard J, Wilsher SH, Salter C, Loke YK. Methodological review: quality of randomized controlled trials in health literacy. BMC Health Services Research 2016;16(1)
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  2. Crisp DA, Griffiths KM. Reducing Depression Through an Online Intervention: Benefits From a User Perspective. JMIR Mental Health 2016;3(1):e4
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  3. Baker AEZ, Procter NG, Ferguson MS. Engaging with culturally and linguistically diverse communities to reduce the impact of depression and anxiety: a narrative review. Health & Social Care in the Community 2016;24(4):386
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  4. Brijnath B, Protheroe J, Mahtani KR, Antoniades J. Do Web-based Mental Health Literacy Interventions Improve the Mental Health Literacy of Adult Consumers? Results From a Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(6):e165
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  5. Darraj HA, Mahfouz MS, Al Sanosi RM, Badedi M, Sabai A, AL Refaei A, Mutawm H. Arabic Translation and Psychometric Evaluation of the Depression Literacy Questionnaire among Adolescents. Psychiatry Journal 2016;2016:1
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  6. Mohammad A, Saini B, Chaar BB. Exploring culturally and linguistically diverse consumer needs in relation to medicines use and health information within the pharmacy setting. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 2015;11(4):545
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  7. Georgiades SD. Greek Immigrants in Australia: Implications for Culturally Sensitive Practice. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 2015;17(5):1537
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  8. Wei Y, McGrath PJ, Hayden J, Kutcher S. Mental health literacy measures evaluating knowledge, attitudes and help-seeking: a scoping review. BMC Psychiatry 2015;15(1)
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  9. Crisp DA, Griffiths KM. Participating in Online Mental Health Interventions: Who Is Most Likely to Sign Up and Why?. Depression Research and Treatment 2014;2014:1
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  10. Griffiths KM, Carron-Arthur B, Parsons A, Reid R. Effectiveness of programs for reducing the stigma associated with mental disorders. A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. World Psychiatry 2014;13(2):161
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  11. Gulliver A, Griffiths KM, Christensen H, Mackinnon A, Calear AL, Parsons A, Bennett K, Batterham PJ, Stanimirovic R. Internet-Based Interventions to Promote Mental Health Help-Seeking in Elite Athletes: An Exploratory Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(3):e69
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  12. Välimäki M, Kurki M, Hätönen H, Koivunen M, Selander M, Saarijärvi S, Anttila M. Developing an Internet-Based Support System for Adolescents with Depression. JMIR Research Protocols 2012;1(2):e22
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  13. Farrer L, Christensen H, Griffiths KM, Mackinnon A. Web-Based Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression With and Without Telephone Tracking in a National Helpline: Secondary Outcomes From a Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(3):e68
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  14. Griffiths KM, Crisp DA, Barney L, Reid R. Seeking help for depression from family and friends: A qualitative analysis of perceived advantages and disadvantages. BMC Psychiatry 2011;11(1)
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