Published on in Vol 22, No 1 (2020): January

A Web- and Mobile App–Based Mental Health Promotion Intervention Comparing Email, Short Message Service, and Videoconferencing Support for a Healthy Cohort: Randomized Comparative Study

A Web- and Mobile App–Based Mental Health Promotion Intervention Comparing Email, Short Message Service, and Videoconferencing Support for a Healthy Cohort: Randomized Comparative Study

A Web- and Mobile App–Based Mental Health Promotion Intervention Comparing Email, Short Message Service, and Videoconferencing Support for a Healthy Cohort: Randomized Comparative Study

Melanie Elise Renfrew 1, BEd, Grad Dip;  Darren Peter Morton 1, MAppSci, PhD, FASLM;  Jason Kyle Morton 1, BEd, BSci, PhD;  Jason Scott Hinze 1, BEd, MLMEd, PhD;  Peter James Beamish 1, BEd, MEdSt, PhD;  Geraldine Przybylko 1, BCom, MBA, MPH;  Bevan Adrian Craig 1, BN, Grad Dip, PhD

1 Lifestyle and Health Research Centre, Avondale University College , Cooranbong, New South Wales , AU

Corresponding Author:

  • Melanie Elise Renfrew, BEd, Grad Dip
  • Lifestyle and Health Research Centre
  • Avondale University College
  • 582 Freemans Drive
  • Cooranbong, New South Wales
  • AU
  • Phone: 61 405445151
  • Email: melrenfrew@gmail.com