Neil Coulson

Jeremy Dean1
Kate Greenwell1
Helen Henshaw1
John A Cunningham1
Trevor van Mierlo1
1Jeremy Dean
1Kate Greenwell
1Helen Henshaw
1John A Cunningham
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BACKGROUND Both intratreatment and extratreatment social support are associated with increased rates of smoking cessation. Internet-based social support groups have the capability of connecting widely dispersed groups of people trying to quit smoking, making social support available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at minimal cost. However, to date there(More)
BACKGROUND Depression and anxiety are common, often comorbid, conditions, and Internet support groups for them are well used. However, little rigorous research has been conducted on the outcome of these groups. OBJECTIVE This study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of an Internet support group in reducing depression and anxiety, and increasing social support(More)
BACKGROUND Tinnitus is a common medical symptom that can affect an individual's emotional and functional quality of life. Psychological therapies are acknowledged as beneficial to people with tinnitus; however, such therapies are not always readily accessible. With their global reach, automated Internet-based interventions have the potential to reduce the(More)
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