Increasing engagement with an occupational digital stress management program through the use of an online facilitated discussion group: Results of a pilot randomised controlled trial

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Internet Interventions, ISSN: 2214-7829, Vol: 10, Page: 1-11

Publication Year:
2017
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DOI:
10.1016/j.invent.2017.08.001
Author(s):
Stephany Carolan, Peter R. Harris, Kathryn Greenwood, Kate Cavanagh
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Elsevier BV
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Medicine
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Rates of work-related stress, depression and anxiety are high, resulting in reduced work performance and absenteeism. There is evidence that digital mental health interventions delivered in the workplace are an effective way of treating these conditions, but intervention engagement and adherence remain a challenge. Providing guidance can lead to greater engagement and adherence; an online facilitated discussion group may be one way of providing that guidance in a time efficient way. This study compares engagement with a minimally guided digital mental health program (WorkGuru) delivered in the workplace with a discussion group (DG) and without a discussion group (MSG), and with a wait list control (WLC); it was conducted as a pilot phase of a definitive trial.

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