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A pragmatic randomized controlled trial of computerized CBT (SPARX) for symptoms of depression among adolescents excluded from mainstream education.
BACKGROUND Adolescents excluded from mainstream education have high mental health needs. The use of computerized Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (cCBT) has not been investigated with this group. AIMSExpand
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Youth work service providers' attitudes towards computerized CBT for adolescents.
BACKGROUND Attitudes of social service providers towards computerized CBT (cCBT) might affect use of cCBT by their clients and may provide important insights that should be considered inExpand
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Maximizing the Impact of e-Therapy and Serious Gaming: Time for a Paradigm Shift
Internet interventions for mental health, including serious games, online programs, and apps, hold promise for increasing access to evidence-based treatments and prevention. Many such interventionsExpand
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The Reynolds Adolescent Depression Scale in New Zealand adolescents.
OBJECTIVE To examine aspects of the reliability and validity of the Reynolds Adolescent Depression Scale (RADS) in measuring depression in New Zealand adolescents of all major ethnic groups. METHODExpand
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Co-design of eHealth Interventions With Children and Young People
Co-design, defined as collective creativity across the entire design process, can lead to the development of interventions that are more engaging, satisfying, and useful to potential users. However,Expand
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Cross-National Reliability of Clinician-Rated Outcome Measures in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
Clinician-rated measures are in extensive use as routine outcome measures in child and adolescent mental health services. We investigated cross-national differences and inter-rater reliability of theExpand
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Cochrane review: Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) for depressive disorders in children and adolescents
Background Depressive disorders are common in young people and are associated with significant negative impacts. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are often used, however, evidence ofExpand
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Advances in Asynchronous Telehealth Technologies to Improve Access and Quality of Mental Health Care for Children and Adolescents
Although mental health (MH) disorders are common among children and adolescents, most youth in need of services do not receive care. Among those who do access the mental health care system, qualityExpand
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