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Do web-based mental health literacy interventions improve the mental health literacy of adult consumers? Results from a systematic review

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Low levels of mental health literacy (MHL) have been identified as an important contributor to the mental health treatment gap. Interventions to improve MHL have used traditional media (eg, community talks, print media) and new platforms (eg, the Internet). Evaluations of interventions using conventional media show improvements in MHL improve community recognition of mental illness as well as knowledge, attitude, and intended behaviors toward people having mental illness. However, the potenti...

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Peer reviewed

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10.2196/jmir.5463

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0000-0002-0536-6859
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0000-0002-9608-1487
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
MSD
Department:
Primary Care Health Sciences
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0000-0002-7791-8552
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0000-0003-4658-1405
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Department of Health
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1718
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National Institute for Health Research
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CL-2011-13-006
Publisher:
Journal of Medical Internet Research
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Volume:
18
Issue:
6
Pages:
1-13
Publication date:
2016-06-20
Acceptance date:
2016-05-19
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1438-8871
ISSN:
1439-4456
Pmid:
27323907
Language:
English
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pubs:635104
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uuid:abe2f7f8-84be-479b-8a12-d81cf6767cd5
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2018-03-05

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