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

Journals

  1. Yan Y, Chien T, Yeh Y, Chou W, Hsing S. An App for Classifying Personal Mental Illness at Workplace Using Fit Statistics and Convolutional Neural Networks: Survey-Based Quantitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(7):e17857 View
  2. Renfrew M, Morton D, Morton J, Hinze J, Przybylko G, Craig B. The Influence of Three Modes of Human Support on Attrition and Adherence to a Web- and Mobile App–Based Mental Health Promotion Intervention in a Nonclinical Cohort: Randomized Comparative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(9):e19945 View
  3. Renfrew M, Morton D, Northcote M, Morton J, Hinze J, Przybylko G. Participant Perceptions of Facilitators and Barriers to Adherence in a Digital Mental Health Intervention for a Nonclinical Cohort: Content Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(4):e25358 View
  4. Przybylko G, Morton D, Renfrew M. Addressing the COVID-19 Mental Health Crisis: A Perspective on Using Interdisciplinary Universal Interventions. Frontiers in Psychology 2021;12 View
  5. Przybylko G, Morton D, Kent L, Morton J, Hinze J, Beamish P, Renfrew M. The effectiveness of an online interdisciplinary intervention for mental health promotion: a randomized controlled trial. BMC Psychology 2021;9(1) View