Do We Still Have a Digital Divide in Mental Health? A Five-Year Survey Follow-up

@inproceedings{Robotham2016DoWS,
  title={Do We Still Have a Digital Divide in Mental Health? A Five-Year Survey Follow-up},
  author={Dan Robotham and Safarina Satkunanathan and Lisa Doughty and Til Wykes},
  booktitle={Journal of medical Internet research},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND Nearly everyone in society uses the Internet in one form or another. The Internet is heralded as an efficient way of providing mental health treatments and services. However, some people are still excluded from using Internet-enabled technology through lack of resources, skills, and confidence. OBJECTIVE Five years ago, we showed that people with severe mental illness were at risk of digital exclusion, especially middle-aged patients with psychosis and/or people from black or… CONTINUE READING
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