Great Expectations and e-mental health The role of literacy in mediating access to mental healthcare
Background and objectives e-Mental health (eMH) resources are designed to provide early intervention and treatment to patients with common mental disorders. They have been proclaimed as a key strategy to address the treatment gap for disadvantaged patients who have difficulty accessing face-to-face services. The evidence for the efficacy of eMH is good, but clinical trials often fail to report the key demographic characteristics of participants, including literacy levels and socioeconomic...[Show more]
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