publication . Other literature type . Article . 2011

Establishing Guidelines for Executing and Reporting Internet Intervention Research

Per Carlbring;
  • Published: 01 Jun 2011
  • Publisher: Informa UK Limited
  • Country: Netherlands
The field of Internet interventions is growing rapidly. New programs are continually being developed to facilitate health and mental health promotion, disease and emotional distress prevention, risk factor management, treatment, and relapse prevention. However, a clear definition of Internet interventions, guidelines for research, and evidence of effectiveness have been slower to follow. This article focuses on the quality standardization of research on Internet-delivered psychological and behavioural interventions. Although the science underpinning Internet interventions is just starting to be established, across research studies there are often conceptual and ...
Medical Subject Headings: education
free text keywords: Clinical Psychology, Critical appraisal, CLARITY, law.invention, law, Psychotherapist, The Internet, business.industry, business, Guttman scale, Psychology, Standardization, Psychological intervention, Mental health, Best practice
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