Client perceptions of the mental health engagement network: a qualitative analysis of an electronic personal health record

@inproceedings{Forchuk2015ClientPO,
  title={Client perceptions of the mental health engagement network: a qualitative analysis of an electronic personal health record},
  author={Cheryl Forchuk and J. Philipp Rei\ss and Tony O’Regan and Paige Ethridge and Lorie Donelle and Abraham Rudnick},
  booktitle={BMC psychiatry},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Information technologies such as websites, mobile phone applications, and virtual reality programs have been shown to deliver innovative and effective treatments for mental illness. Much of the research studying electronic mental health interventions focuses on symptom reduction; however, to facilitate the implementation of electronic interventions in usual mental health care, it is also important to investigate the perceptions of clients who will be using the technologies. To this… CONTINUE READING
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