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Healthy Campus Trial: a multiphase optimization strategy (MOST) fully factorial trial to optimize the smartphone cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) app for mental health promotion among university students: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial.

著者 Uwatoko T , Luo Y , Sakata M , Kobayashi D , Sakagami Y , Takemoto K , Collins LM , Watkins E , Hollon SD , Wason J , Noma H , Horikoshi M , Kawamura T , Iwami T , Furukawa TA
Trials.2018 Jul 04 ; 19(1):353.
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Youth in general and college life in particular are characterized by new educational, vocational, and interpersonal challenges, opportunities, and substantial stress. It is estimated that 30-50% of university students meet criteria for some mental disorder, especially depression, in any given year. The university has traditionally provided many channels to promote students' mental health, but until now only a minority have sought such help, possibly owing to lack of time and/or to stigma related to mental illness. Smartphone-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) shows promise for its accessibility and effectiveness. However, its most effective components and for whom it is more (or less) effective are not known.
PMID: 29973252 [PubMed - in process]
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