Internet interventions: In review, in use, and into the future.

@article{Ritterband2003InternetII,
  title={Internet interventions: In review, in use, and into the future.},
  author={L. Ritterband and L. Gonder-Frederick and D. Cox and A. Clifton and R. W. West and S. Borowitz},
  journal={Professional Psychology: Research and Practice},
  year={2003},
  volume={34},
  pages={527-534}
}
The provision of health care over the Internet is a rapidly evolving and potentially beneficial means of delivering treatment otherwise unsought or unobtainable. Internet interventions are typically behavioral treatments operationalized and transformed for Web delivery with the goal of symptom improvement. The literature on the feasibility and utility of Internet interventions is limited, and there are even fewer outcome study findings. This article reviews empirically tested Internet… Expand

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