Looking for participants: Implementation of digital interventions for depression worldwide
Implementation of digital interventions for depression worldwide is a project that aims to explore perspectives of health care practitioners from primary care (general practitioners, family doctors and psychologists) toward digital interventions for depression. Practitioners in primary care can act as potential gate keepers of digital interventions and in this way might help to reduce the treatment gap for depression worldwide.
This study seeks to answer:
- What are the most important barriers to implementing digital interventions for depression?
- How the perspectives of health care practitioners from countries with difference income levels differ?
If you are a primary health practitioner and wish to participate in this project via the online survey and/or in an interview in English, German or Spanish, please follow the survey link below. Please note that interviews can also be offered in Italian or Portuguese.
This is a project of the Depression Research Centre of the German Depression Foundation, led by Anna-Lena Leimberger (M.Sc.) and Dr. Hanna Reich de Paredes.
Link to the online survey: https://survey.studiumdigitale.uni-frankfurt.de/digitalinterventions/
Here you can view the study registration: https://aspredicted.org/ij47t.pdf