- Prevention of Mental Health Disorders Using Internet- and Mobile-Based Interventions: A Narrative Review and Recommendations for Future Research, Frontiers in Psychiatry, Vol. 8, p.116.DOI=10.3389/fpsyt.2017.00116
Prevention of Mental Health Disorders Using Internet- and Mobile-Based Interventions: A Narrative Review and Recommendations for Future Research, Frontiers in Psychiatry, Vol. 8, p.116.DOI=10.3389/fpsyt.2017.00116
Area: Mental health prevention
This article and the interventions proposed in it, could be used for professional and training purposes, as a part of an activity. Based on this article, the professionals could try and use Internet-based and Mobile-based interventions and incorporate them as part of the workflow within their organization, in case they are successful and effective. Moreover, for both training and theoretical purposes, this article can promote the group discussion within the team of learners and the professionals. This article can be extremely useful to professionals and organizations, especially during this time with the COVID-19 restrictions.
Ebert D. D., Cuijpers P., Muñoz R.F., Baumeister H., (2017)
Type of resource
Scientific article that aims to demonstrate Modern remote interventions for preventing mental health.The following article approaches a scientific perspective related to issues around Internet- and mobile-based interventions for preventing mental health issues. Those remote interventions were proved to be flexible, technically diverse methods, which lend themselves to a variety of application areas. Furthermore, a number of studies have shown that such interventions can be effective in preventing mental disorders, however more research should be done on the field.
Developing a working knowledge of mental health pathways for support and treatment. (The main correlation with the curriculum, is the supporting pathway here the need for internet-based interventions).
The article is not long, so all of it is important and should be read as a whole.
This article does not only refer to professionals and organization active on the field of mental health. Due to the fact that this article proposes a modern, remote approach of intervention for preventing mental health issues, it is, subsequently, related to a Policy-Reform context. Therefore, you can involve Policy-Makers, such as Public Authorities, Academic Educators, etc..
General comment by reviewer
This research aims to provide some recommendations on how to:-ensure access to the people in need of mental health interventions;-provide equal and effective remote mental healthcare services;- prevent as more effective as possible the mental health issues;-train the professionals and the staff that work on the mental health field, in order to continuously be updated about the new needs of the profession and the involvement of technology in it, in a new digital era.