Published on in Vol 24, No 3 (2022): March

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/37440, first published .
Authors’ Reply to: Toward a Better Understanding of Quality Social Connections. Comment on “Quality Social Connection as an Active Ingredient in Digital Interventions for Young People With Depression and Anxiety: Systematic Scoping Review and Meta-analysis”

Authors’ Reply to: Toward a Better Understanding of Quality Social Connections. Comment on “Quality Social Connection as an Active Ingredient in Digital Interventions for Young People With Depression and Anxiety: Systematic Scoping Review and Meta-analysis”

Authors’ Reply to: Toward a Better Understanding of Quality Social Connections. Comment on “Quality Social Connection as an Active Ingredient in Digital Interventions for Young People With Depression and Anxiety: Systematic Scoping Review and Meta-analysis”

Lindsay H Dewa 1, 2, BA, MSc, PhD;  Lily Roberts 1, BSc, PGCert;  Emma Lawrance 1, 3, BSc, Grad Dip, MSc, DPhil;  Hutan Ashrafian 1, BSc, MBBS, MRCS, PhD

1 Institute of Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London , London , GB

2 School of Public Health, Imperial College London , London , GB

3 Mental Health Innovations , London , GB

Corresponding Author:

  • Lindsay H Dewa, BA, MSc, PhD
  • Institute of Global Health Innovation
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