Exploring the acceptability of online mental health interventions among university teaching staff: Implications for intervention dissemination and uptake **
Background: University teaching staff may be a first point of contact for students in need of support for mental health problems. University students report willingness to use online mental health services. However, little is known about the attitudes and behaviours of teaching staff with regard to online mental health resources. Information from this important gatekeeper group is relevant to the development and dissemination of online mental health interventions within a university setting....[Show more]
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