Methodological issues in the evaluation of Internet-based interventions for problem drinking
Introduction and Aims: In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of Internet-based interventions (IBI) for alcohol problems and other addictive behaviours. However, it is risky to assume interventions that have been found to work in face-to-face modalities can be translated into IBI that are equally effective. Design and Methods: Using selected examples from the published works, this paper will identify some of the special considerations that are relevant to the evaluation of...[Show more]
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