Attitudes towards digital treatment for depression: A European stakeholder survey

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Internet Interventions, ISSN: 2214-7829, Vol: 8, Page: 1-9

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Naira Topooco; Heleen Riper; Ricardo Araya; Matthias Berking; Matthias Brunn; Karine Chevreul; Roman Cieslak; David Daniel Ebert; Ernestina Etchmendy; Rocío Herrero; Annet Kleiboer; Tobias Krieger; Azucena García-Palacios; Arlinda Cerga-Pashoja; Ewelina Smoktunowicz; Antoine Urech; Christiaan Vis; Gerhard Andersson Show More Hide
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The integration of digital treatments into national mental health services is on the agenda in the European Union. The E-COMPARED consortium conducted a survey aimed at exploring stakeholders' knowledge, acceptance and expectations of digital treatments for depression, and at identifying factors that might influence their opinions when considering the implementation of these approaches.