Published on in Vol 14, No 6 (2012): Nov-Dec

Young Men, Mental Health, and Technology: Implications for Service Design and Delivery in the Digital Age

Young Men, Mental Health, and Technology: Implications for Service Design and Delivery in the Digital Age

Young Men, Mental Health, and Technology: Implications for Service Design and Delivery in the Digital Age

Journals

  1. Rodda S, Lubman D, Dowling N, Bough A, Jackson A. Web-Based Counseling for Problem Gambling: Exploring Motivations and Recommendations. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(5):e99 View
  2. Drissi N, Ouhbi S, Janati Idrissi M, Fernandez-Luque L, Ghogho M. Connected Mental Health: Systematic Mapping Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(8):e19950 View
  3. Ali M, Alam K, Taylor B, Rafiq S. Does ICT maturity catalyse economic development? Evidence from a panel data estimation approach in OECD countries. Economic Analysis and Policy 2020;68:163 View
  4. Van Velsen L, Wentzel J, Van Gemert-Pijnen J. Designing eHealth that Matters via a Multidisciplinary Requirements Development Approach. JMIR Research Protocols 2013;2(1):e21 View
  5. Chan S, Torous J, Hinton L, Yellowlees P. Mobile Tele-Mental Health: Increasing Applications and a Move to Hybrid Models of Care. Healthcare 2014;2(2):220 View
  6. Pedersen E, Osilla K, Helmuth E, Tolpadi A, Gore K. Reaching Concerned Partners of Heavy Drinking Service Members and Veterans through Facebook. Military Behavioral Health 2017;5(3):265 View
  7. Al-Dmour H, Masa’deh R, Salman A, Abuhashesh M, Al-Dmour R. Influence of Social Media Platforms on Public Health Protection Against the COVID-19 Pandemic via the Mediating Effects of Public Health Awareness and Behavioral Changes: Integrated Model. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(8):e19996 View
  8. Milton A, Ellis L, Davenport T, Burns J, Hickie I. Comparison of Self-Reported Telephone Interviewing and Web-Based Survey Responses: Findings From the Second Australian Young and Well National Survey. JMIR Mental Health 2017;4(3):e37 View
  9. Ellis L, McCabe K, Rahilly K, Nicholas M, Davenport T, Burns J, Hickie I. Encouraging young men's participation in mental health research and treatment: perspectives in our technological age. Clinical Investigation 2014;4(10):881 View
  10. Clarke J, Proudfoot J, Vatiliotis V, Verge C, Holmes-Walker D, Campbell L, Wilhelm K, Moravac C, Indu P, Bridgett M. Attitudes towards mental health, mental health research and digital interventions by young adults with type 1 diabetes: A qualitative analysis. Health Expectations 2018;21(3):668 View
  11. Bartram M, Atanackovic J, Runnels V, Bourgeault I, Fournier C, Kovacina N, Contant A, MacDonald L, Porteous N, Renaud A. Applying gender-based analysis plus to Employee Assistance Programs: A Canadian perspective. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health 2020;35(2):80 View
  12. Pedersen E, Kurz J. Using Facebook for health-related research study recruitment and program delivery. Current Opinion in Psychology 2016;9:38 View
  13. Pretorius C, Chambers D, Coyle D. Young People’s Online Help-Seeking and Mental Health Difficulties: Systematic Narrative Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(11):e13873 View
  14. Meurk C, Leung J, Hall W, Head B, Whiteford H. Establishing and Governing e-Mental Health Care in Australia: A Systematic Review of Challenges and A Call For Policy-Focussed Research. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(1):e10 View
  15. Ellis L, McCabe K, Davenport T, Burns J, Rahilly K, Nicholas M, Hickie I. Development and evaluation of an Internet-based program to improve the mental health and wellbeing of young men. Interactive Technology and Smart Education 2015;12(1):2 View
  16. Cheng V, Davenport T, Johnson D, Vella K, Mitchell J, Hickie I. An App That Incorporates Gamification, Mini-Games, and Social Connection to Improve Men's Mental Health and Well-Being (MindMax): Participatory Design Process. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(4):e11068 View
  17. Amon K, Campbell A, Hawke C, Steinbeck K. Facebook as a Recruitment Tool for Adolescent Health Research: A Systematic Review. Academic Pediatrics 2014;14(5):439 View
  18. Cheng V, Davenport T, Johnson D, Vella K, Mitchell J, Hickie I. Naturalistic evaluation of a sport-themed mental health and wellbeing app aimed at men (MindMax), that incorporates applied video games and gamification. Internet Interventions 2020;20:100306 View
  19. Thornton L, Harris K, Baker A, Johnson M, Kay-Lambkin F. Recruiting for addiction research via Facebook. Drug and Alcohol Review 2016;35(4):494 View
  20. Peters D, Deady M, Glozier N, Harvey S, Calvo R. Worker Preferences for a Mental Health App Within Male-Dominated Industries: Participatory Study. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(2):e30 View
  21. Kauppi K, Kannisto K, Hätönen H, Anttila M, Löyttyniemi E, Adams C, Välimäki M. Mobile phone text message reminders: Measuring preferences of people with antipsychotic medication. Schizophrenia Research 2015;168(1-2):514 View
  22. Pretorius C, Chambers D, Cowan B, Coyle D. Young People Seeking Help Online for Mental Health: Cross-Sectional Survey Study. JMIR Mental Health 2019;6(8):e13524 View
  23. Schwinn T, Hopkins J, Schinke S, Liu X. Using Facebook ads with traditional paper mailings to recruit adolescent girls for a clinical trial. Addictive Behaviors 2017;65:207 View
  24. Sanchez C, Grzenda A, Varias A, Widge A, Carpenter L, McDonald W, Nemeroff C, Kalin N, Martin G, Tohen M, Filippou-Frye M, Ramsey D, Linos E, Mangurian C, Rodriguez C. Social media recruitment for mental health research: A systematic review. Comprehensive Psychiatry 2020;103:152197 View
  25. Wieczorek Ł, Dąbrowska K. Zaburzenia hazardowe – rozpowszechnienie, oferta terapeutyczna, dostępność leczenia i predyktory podjęcia leczenia. Przegląd literatury. Alcoholism and Drug Addiction 2015;28(1):37 View
  26. Silver M. Patient Perspectives on Online Health Information and Communication With Doctors: A Qualitative Study of Patients 50 Years Old and Over. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(1):e19 View
  27. Clark L, Hudson J, Dunstan D, Clark G. Capturing the Attitudes of Adolescent Males’ Towards Computerised Mental Health Help‐Seeking. Australian Psychologist 2018;53(5):416 View
  28. Mayrand J, Bartlett J. Mental health in library and information science research: Preliminary results of a literature review focusing on information behavior. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 2013;50(1):1 View
  29. Poppelaars M, Tak Y, Lichtwarck-Aschoff A, Engels R, Lobel A, Merry S, Lucassen M, Granic I. A randomized controlled trial comparing two cognitive-behavioral programs for adolescent girls with subclinical depression: A school-based program (Op Volle Kracht) and a computerized program (SPARX). Behaviour Research and Therapy 2016;80:33 View
  30. Cheng V, Piper S, Ottavio A, Davenport T, Hickie I. Recommendations for Designing Health Information Technologies for Mental Health Drawn From Self-Determination Theory and Co-design With Culturally Diverse Populations: Template Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(2):e23502 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. . Integrating Video Game Research and Practice in Library and Information Science. View
  2. Swist T, Collin P. Digital Dilemmas. View
  3. . Integrating Video Game Research and Practice in Library and Information Science. View
  4. Boon J, Fung D. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. View