The effect of programme testimonials on registrations for an online cognitive behaviour therapy intervention: a randomised trial
Objective: Suboptimal visit-to-registration rates limit the reach and potential impact of online health interventions. In this study, we examined whether testimonials presented during a new-user registration process could increase the uptake rates of MoodGYM, an open-access automated intervention designed to reduce the symptoms of depression. Methods: We conducted a three-armed parallel randomised controlled trial on the MoodGYM website involving variations of the first page of the...[Show more]
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