Published on in Vol 15 , No 6 (2013) :June

Patients’ Experiences of Helpfulness in Guided Internet-Based Treatment for Depression: Qualitative Study of Integrated Therapeutic Dimensions

Patients’ Experiences of Helpfulness in Guided Internet-Based Treatment for Depression: Qualitative Study of Integrated Therapeutic Dimensions

Patients’ Experiences of Helpfulness in Guided Internet-Based Treatment for Depression: Qualitative Study of Integrated Therapeutic Dimensions

Journals

  1. Verhoeks C, Teunissen D, van der Stelt-Steenbergen A, Lagro-Janssen A. Women’s expectations and experiences regarding e-health treatment: A systematic review. Health Informatics Journal 2019;25(3):771 View
  2. Herrera-Mercadal P, Montero-Marin J, Plaza I, Medrano C, Andrés E, López-Del-Hoyo Y, Gili M, García-Campayo J. The efficacy and pattern of use of a computer-assisted programme for the treatment of anxiety: A naturalistic study using mixed methods in primary care in Spain. Journal of Affective Disorders 2015;175:184 View
  3. Hadjistavropoulos H, Faller Y, Klatt A, Nugent M, Dear B, Titov N. Patient Perspectives on Strengths and Challenges of Therapist-Assisted Internet-Delivered Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: Using the Patient Voice to Improve Care. Community Mental Health Journal 2018;54(7):944 View
  4. Nissling L, Fahlke C, Lilja J, Skoglund I, Weineland S. Primary Care Peer-Supported Internet-Mediated Psychological Treatment for Adults With Anxiety Disorders: Mixed Methods Study. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(8):e19226 View
  5. Fleming T, Lucassen M, Stasiak K, Shepherd M, Merry S. The impact and utility of computerised therapy for educationally alienated teenagers: The views of adolescents who participated in an alternative education‐based trial. Clinical Psychologist 2016;20(2):94 View
  6. Feather J, Howson M, Ritchie L, Carter P, Parry D, Koziol-McLain J. Evaluation Methods for Assessing Users’ Psychological Experiences of Web-Based Psychosocial Interventions: A Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(6):e181 View
  7. Barkham M, Moller N, Pybis J. How should we evaluate research on counselling and the treatment of depression? A case study on how the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence's draft 2018 guideline for depression considered what counts as best evidence. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research 2017;17(4):253 View
  8. Lundgren J, Johansson P, Jaarsma T, Andersson G, Kärner Köhler A. Patient Experiences of Web-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Heart Failure and Depression: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(9):e10302 View
  9. Boggs J, Beck A, Felder J, Dimidjian S, Metcalf C, Segal Z. Web-Based Intervention in Mindfulness Meditation for Reducing Residual Depressive Symptoms and Relapse Prophylaxis: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(3):e87 View
  10. Hennemann S, Beutel M, Zwerenz R. Drivers and Barriers to Acceptance of Web-Based Aftercare of Patients in Inpatient Routine Care: A Cross-Sectional Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(12):e337 View
  11. Wilhelmsen M, Høifødt R, Kolstrup N, Waterloo K, Eisemann M, Chenhall R, Risør M. Norwegian General Practitioners’ Perspectives on Implementation of a Guided Web-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(9):e208 View
  12. Perera-Delcourt R, Sharkey G. Patient experience of supported computerized CBT in an inner-city IAPT service: a qualitative study. The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist 2019;12 View
  13. Blom K, Jernelöv S, Lindefors N, Kaldo V. Facilitating and hindering factors in Internet-delivered treatment for insomnia and depression. Internet Interventions 2016;4:51 View
  14. Schröder J, Berger T, Meyer B, Lutz W, Späth C, Michel P, Rose M, Hautzinger M, Hohagen F, Klein J, Moritz S. Impact and change of attitudes toward Internet interventions within a randomized controlled trial on individuals with depression symptoms. Depression and Anxiety 2018;35(5):421 View
  15. Reynolds J, Griffiths K, Cunningham J, Bennett K, Bennett A. Clinical Practice Models for the Use of E-Mental Health Resources in Primary Health Care by Health Professionals and Peer Workers: A Conceptual Framework. JMIR Mental Health 2015;2(1):e6 View
  16. Wilhelmsen M, Lillevoll K, Risør M, Høifødt R, Johansen M, Waterloo K, Eisemann M, Kolstrup N. Motivation to persist with internet-based cognitive behavioural treatment using blended care: a qualitative study. BMC Psychiatry 2013;13(1) View
  17. Patel S, Akhtar A, Malins S, Wright N, Rowley E, Young E, Sampson S, Morriss R. The Acceptability and Usability of Digital Health Interventions for Adults With Depression, Anxiety, and Somatoform Disorders: Qualitative Systematic Review and Meta-Synthesis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(7):e16228 View
  18. Lappalainen P, Langrial S, Oinas-Kukkonen H, Tolvanen A, Lappalainen R. Web-Based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Depressive Symptoms With Minimal Support. Behavior Modification 2015;39(6):805 View
  19. Abrahamsson N, Ahlund L, Ahrin E, Alfonsson S. Video-based CBT-E improves eating patterns in obese patients with eating disorder: A single case multiple baseline study. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 2018;61:104 View
  20. Schuster R, Sigl S, Berger T, Laireiter A. Patients’ Experiences of Web- and Mobile-Assisted Group Therapy for Depression and Implications of the Group Setting: Qualitative Follow-Up Study. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(3):e49 View
  21. Fulford H, McSwiggan L, Kroll T, MacGillivray S. Exploring the Use of Information and Communication Technology by People With Mood Disorder: A Systematic Review and Metasynthesis. JMIR Mental Health 2016;3(3):e30 View
  22. Sinclair C, Holloway K, Riley G, Auret K. Online Mental Health Resources in Rural Australia: Clinician Perceptions of Acceptability. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(9):e193 View
  23. McPherson S, Wicks C, Tercelli I. Patient experiences of psychological therapy for depression: a qualitative metasynthesis. BMC Psychiatry 2020;20(1) View
  24. O'Mahen H, Grieve H, Jones J, McGinley J, Woodford J, Wilkinson E. Women's experiences of factors affecting treatment engagement and adherence in internet delivered Behavioural Activation for Postnatal Depression. Internet Interventions 2015;2(1):84 View
  25. Papadatou-Pastou M, Goozee R, Payne E, Barrable A, Tzotzoli P. A review of web-based support systems for students in higher education. International Journal of Mental Health Systems 2017;11(1) View
  26. Urech A, Krieger T, Möseneder L, Biaggi A, Vincent A, Poppe C, Meyer B, Riper H, Berger T. A patient post hoc perspective on advantages and disadvantages of blended cognitive behaviour therapy for depression: A qualitative content analysis. Psychotherapy Research 2019;29(8):986 View
  27. Krijnen-de Bruin E, Geerlings J, Muntingh A, Scholten W, Maarsingh O, van Straten A, Batelaan N, van Meijel B. Evaluation of a Blended Relapse Prevention Program for Anxiety and Depression in General Practice: Qualitative Study. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(2):e23200 View
  28. Lilja J, Rupcic Ljustina M, Nissling L, Larsson A, Weineland S. Youths’ and Parents’ Experiences and Perceived Effects of Internet-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care: A Mixed-Methods Study (Preprint). JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2020 View
  29. Finazzi E, MacBeth A. Service users experience of psychological interventions in primary care settings: A qualitative meta‐synthesis. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy 2021 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Drozd F, Andersen C, Haga S, Slinning K, Bjørkli C. Innovations in Global Maternal Health. View
  2. Drozd F, Andersen C, Haga S, Slinning K, Bjørkli C. Web-Based Behavioral Therapies for Mental Disorders. View