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Development and usability testing of FOCUS: a smartphone system for self-management of schizophrenia.
OBJECTIVE Mobile Health (mHealth) approaches can support the rehabilitation of individuals with psychiatric conditions. In the current article, we describe the development of a smartphone illnessExpand
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IntelliCare: An Eclectic, Skills-Based App Suite for the Treatment of Depression and Anxiety
Background Digital mental health tools have tended to use psychoeducational strategies based on treatment orientations developed and validated outside of digital health. These features do not mapExpand
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Cognitive Enhancement Treatment for People With Mental Illness Who Do Not Respond to Supported Employment: A Randomized Controlled Trial.
OBJECTIVE Cognitive impairment presents a serious and common obstacle to competitive employment for people with severe mental illness, including those who receive supported employment. This studyExpand
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Remote “Hovering” With Individuals With Psychotic Disorders and Substance Use: Feasibility, Engagement, and Therapeutic Alliance With a Text-Messaging Mobile Interventionist
Objective: People with serious mental illnesses and substance abuse problems (i.e., dual diagnosis) constitute a particularly challenging and costly clinical group. This study evaluated theExpand
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MedLink: A mobile intervention to address failure points in the treatment of depression in general medicine
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This study supports the use of a comprehensive, systemic approach to mHealth solutions to enhance processes of care for depression by general medicine physicians by systemically addressing each of these failure points. Expand
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Perceptions of women medical students and their influence on career choice.
BACKGROUND Although women make up nearly half of medical school classes in the United States, just over 20% of residents in surgery are women (excluding obstetrics/gynecology). The objective of thisExpand
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Applying Social and Cultural Capital Frameworks: Understanding Employment Perspectives of Transition Age Youth with Serious Mental Health Conditions
Vulnerable transition age youth, such as those in foster care and with serious mental health conditions, are at increased risk for lower rates of employment. Social capital is empirically linked toExpand
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Adapting Supported Employment for Emerging Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions
Effective services are needed to assist young people with serious mental health conditions to successfully transition to employment or education, especially among those with intensive adolescentExpand
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Harnessing Peer Support in an Online Intervention for Older Adults with Depression.
OBJECTIVE This pilot study evaluated the feasibility and efficacy of two methods of delivering a cognitive behaviorally informed Internet intervention for depression for adults 65 years and older. Expand
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Paxton house: integrating mental health and diabetes care for people with serious mental illnesses in a residential setting.
OBJECTIVE This report provides a program description of a supported housing residence for individuals with co-occurring diabetes and serious mental illnesses and preliminary health outcome data. Expand
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