1.1 E-mental health for youth
1.1.1. BEO (Breathe Easier Online): an online intervention to improve psychosocial functioning in young people with chronic respiratory conditions
1.1.2. Grip op je dip online (Master your mood online) for adolescents with depressive complaints
1.1.3. ( reducing heavy alcohol use of adolescents through a web-based intervention

1.2 Evidence-base digital treatment for problem drinking

1.2.1. Television-supported self-help for problem drinkers: a randomized pragmatic trial
1.2.2. Can electronic feedback reduce student alcohol intake: a multi-site investigation of Unitcheck
1.2.3. E-therapy for problem drinking: the first results of a Randomized Controlled Trial
1.2.4. Innovations in Dutch healthcare for addiction treatment: 20% of new patients signed up for online treatment

1.3 Suicide prevention online
1.3.1. The quality of online suicide prevention in the Netherlands and Flanders
1.3.2. Effectiveness of a web-based self-help intervention in reducing suicidal thoughts
1.3.3. The Flemish internet-based suicide prevention project
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1.4 Internet-delivered Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for health problems
1.4.1. Randomized Controlled Trial of tailored internet-delivered CBT for breast cancer patients
1.4.2. Guided cognitive behavioral internet-treatment to alleviate tinnitus distress
1.4.3. Internet-delivered CBT in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome
1.4.4. Internet-delivered CBT for erectile dysfunction

1.5 Online treatment for anxiety and phobia
1.5.1. Early program use predicts outcome in an internet-based treatment to social phobia
1.5.2. Online CBT for child and adolescent anxiety I: A demonstration of the BRAVE-ONLINE programs and discussion of issues involved in development and implementation of online CBT for youth anxiety
1.5.3. Online CBT for child and adolescent anxiety II: The efficacy of the BRAVE-ONLINE programs compared to a waitlist control and discussion of factors associated with treatment outcome
1.5.4. Self-help therapy for insomnia: a meta-analysis

1.6 Self-help and E-psychoeducation
1.6.1. Self-Help and psychoeducational online resources
1.6.2. Patient education practices and e-technology in psychiatric hospitals – a challenge for implementation
1.6.3. Supervised self-help among persons with serious mental problems – are we ready for it?
1.6.4. The Implementation of beating the blues in a service user-led, third sector self help clinic

1.7 Technology and innovation: lesons learned from research
1.7.1. eHealth and diseasemanagement (eDM); supporting health by technology (III)
1.7.2. Online interactive nutrition and exercise intervention tentatively successful
1.7.3. Developing complex internet interventions to change behaviour: from user testing to theoretical modelling

1.8 Mental health disease management. Programs in action

1.9 Mobile monitoring and coaching online for mental health and somatic disorders
1.9.1. Ambulatory Assessment – a promising mobile technology for stepped eCare programs
1.9.2. Therapeutic and research applications of Ecological Momentary Assessment in patients with severe somatoform disorder
1.9.3. SMS-feedback helps to support therapy of aversive tension states and Tinnitus
1.9.4. Mobile monitoring and coaching to support migraine self-management training face-to-face and through the internet

1.10 Evidence-based prevention and treatment of depression
1.10.1. Fit-in-je-hoofd and Colour your Life: a first evaluation of two e-mental health programs in Flanders
1.10.2. Internet-assisted therapy for adults with depressive symptoms: a randomized controlled trial for the effectiveness of Interpersonal Therapy (IPT) compared to cognitive behavior therapy (CBT)
1.10.3. Who benefits from online CBT for depression?
1.10.4. E-mental health implementation in primary health care: action research on implementing an online self-help depression instrument in the Dutch primary health care

1.11 Next generation digital interventions
1.11.1. ‘Catch the Bzz’ – developing a chatbot for health promotion on alcohol, drugs and safe sex
1.11.2. Interactive psychological analysis methods within a web-based intervention for wellbeing management
1.11.3. ‘Self-control by using your mobile’ - the development of a harm reduction computer game on the mobile phone
1.11.4. Dunov, an iPod coach for people with autism and normal intelligence

2.1 You really got me: optimizing uptake and adherence to internet-delivered interventions aimed
at adolescents

2.1.1. The theapeutic value of blogging by adolescents suffering from social difficulties
2.1.3. Online support for young people with a family member affected by mental illness

2.2 From Eliza tot BAS: how artificial intelligence can contribute to E-mental health

2.3 E-mental health and Dementia

2.3.1. Mastery over dementia: Online counselling for family caregivers of people with dementia
2.3.2. The use of a Global Positioning System (GPS) to trace the person with Dementia
2.3.3. An electronic assistant helping people with mild dementia navigate their day: results of the COGKNOW project

2.4 Positive E-mental health: online promotion of well-being
2.4.1. The development of an online well-being intervention for young adults
2.4.2. Mentally fit by Psyfit – Research protocol of an upcoming randomized controlled trial
2.4.3. Online positive psychotherapy for subthreshold depressive symptoms: an efficacy study
2.4.4. The Mental Wellbeing Service: implementation results of the first two Years

2.5 The treatment of eating disorders via the internet
2.5.1. First Drop-out analysis of an internet based treatment of eating disorders
2.5.2. Bulimia nervosa treated through the word wide web: a randomized trial
2.5.3. Internet Based treatment of eating disorders, looking back and looking forward
2.5.4. Guided self-help in the treatment of bulimia nervosa: internet versus bibliotherapy. A prospective RCT.

2.6 Perceptions of online treatment for substance misuse and alcohol
2.6.1. DownYourDrink (DYD) Kingston – Partnership in practice
2.6.2. The success of an online forum for problem drinkers: the participants are speaking
2.6.3. Background, and observational and qualitative study of alcohol and other drug websites
2.6.4. Online surveys about alcohol and other drug websites
2.6.5. Expert evaluations of selected alcohol and other drug websites

2.7 Depression: from self-rating to relapse-prevention
2.7.1. Developing a theory based internet intervention for persistent and relapsing depression
2.7.2. Can online self-rating of depressive symptoms be an alternative to paper questionnaires? - Comparison of BDI-II and MADRS-S on paper and on the internet
2.7.3. Realist literature review of computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (cCBT) for prevention and early intervention in anxiety and depression
2.7.4. Recurrent depression: disease burden, preventive cognitive therapy & development of an online intervention

2.8 State-of-the-art treatment of anxiety disorders via internet
2.8.1. The shyness program for social phobia: from proof of concept to community trials
2.8.2. Internet delivered cognitive behavior therapy vs. Internet delivered psychoanalytic therapy for generalized anxiety disorder - which is more effective?
2.8.3. Internet- versus group-administered Cognitive Behavior Therapy for panic disorder in a psychiatric setting: a randomized equivalence trial
2.8.4. NOVA: individualized internet-delivered guided self-help for anxiety disorders - a randomized controlled study including 2 year follow-up

2.9 New media for monitoring and self-management
2.9.1. Preventing prescription drug misuse in the workforce: findings from a Randomized Controlled Trial of the web-based Smart Rx
2.9.2. Emotional distress and care needs among cancer patients: the development of a stepped care strategy.
2.9.3. Integrating client & clinician: remote monitoring and real-time alerts
2.9.4. Roles of web, mobile and monitoring technologies in personalized management of psychophysiological wellbeing

2.10 The implementation of Web-based interventions
2.10.1. Providing evidence-based website services to the community
2.10.2. From community research to the clinic, the NGO and to schools. Implementing effectiveness research
2.10.3. Promoting positive well being: a UK perspective
2.10.4. Living life to the full & living life to the full interactive. Disseminating online web programs directly to the community. How we measure how it works?
2.10.5. Global implementation of a succesful internet-based mental health promotion service for adolescents and young adults from Australia

2.11 Reaching out to ethnic and low SES populations with online depression interventions
2.11.1. On-line Self-help Program for depressed women: use, retention and preliminary outcomes
2.11.2. Web-guided PS for common mental disorders in South African communities with little access to mental health services
2.11.3. Intercultural E-mental health: reaching and treating Turkish migrants with depressive complaints in the Netherlands
2.11.4. The global reach of internet interventions for smoking and depression
2.11.5. Empowering the impaired through the appropriate use of information technology and internet

2.12 E-health applications for childeren confronted with chronic of life-threatening
2.12.1. Qlic-on profile. Quality of life in childhood oncology: providing patient reported outcomes to pediatric oncologists
2.12.2. Klik: quality of life in clinical practice - providing patient reported outcomes to the pediatrec rheumatologist online
2.12.3. Development of an online psycho-educational group intervention for children with cancer
2.12.4. Coping with parental cancer: web-based support

3.1 Evidence-based digital treatment of depression
3.1.1. Treatment of depression via interactive media: a program for NASA
3.1.2. Internet CBT + brief telephone-administered motivational interviewing for the treatment of depression: combining treatment delivery media to enhance outcomes
3.1.3. Online treatments for depression: preliminary results from a randomized controlled trial on a university population
3.1.4. Who becomes depressed? A longitudinal web-based study on risk factors for depression

3.2 Web-based treatment in pediatric populations
3.2.1. Internet-based self-help versus treatment as usual for posttraumatic stress in parents of children with cancer: a randomized equivalence trial
3.2.2. evaluating impact on parent knowledge and coping assistance for injured children
3.2.3. Efficacy and acceptability of an internet intervention plus treatment as usual for children with encopresis
3.2.4. Preventing mental health problems in youth: the youthmood project

3.3 Online communications: new problems, new solutions?
3.3.1. Are peer-to-peer internet support groups for depression effective? A randomized controlled trial
3.3.2. Defense against the dark side: confronting deception and disruption in online groups
3.3.3. Sexting…is it all about power?
3.3.4. E-health as innovation of clinical practice in psychiatry

3.4 Parental support online
3.4.1. Promoting positive parenting: using web and media-based approaches to increase access at the population level
3.4.2. E-support for parents: we’ll meet online (twice)
3.4.3. Evaluating internet-based therapy after loss during pregnancy in a randomized controlled trial

3.5 Post-RCT implementation of computerised cognitive-behavioural therapy in the field
3.5.1. Post-RCT implementation in the field of Swedish CCBT
3.5.2. Implementing Colour-Your-Life in 8 Dutch mental health organizations
3.5.3. Post-RCT implementation of FearFighter in primary care trusts around England
3.5.4. Challenges to mass delivery of online self-help

3.6 Online prevention of addiction and HIV: online support for victims of personal injury
3.6.1. HIV Prevention for high-risk women
3.6.2. Online counselling for substance use issues in Ireland: an exploratory Study
3.6.3. Online support for victims of personal injury during claims settlement
3.6.4. The development of Talent Act, a virtual role play

3.7 Experience with online chat in the daily practice

3.8 Cost-effectiveness analysis and simulation models
3.8.1. Cost-effectiveness of individualized internet-delivered CBT-treatment for psychological illness after breast-cancer treatment
3.8.2. Economic evaluation of online computerised cognitive behavioural therapy without support for depression in primary care: a randomized trial
3.8.3. Cost-utility and cost-effectiveness of Internet-based treatment for adults with depressive symptoms

3.9 Evidence-based digital treatment for problem drinking
3.9.1. Evidence-based internet self-help for adult problem drinking
3.9.2. Evaluating real-time internet therapy for problem drinkers: First outcome results from the JellinekLive trial
3.9.3. Use and costs of an on-line intervention for alcohol: Results from the DYD-RCT
3.9.4. Can stand-alone computer-based interventions reduce alcohol consumption?

3.10 Ementalhealth@work
3.10.1. E-health module embedded in Collaborative Occupational healthcare (ECO)
3.10.2. Internet Interventions for the workplace: results of three randomized Trials
3.10.3. Preventive internet-course for workers with stress: Sterk op je werk
3.10.4. Computerized cognitive behavioural therapy at work: a randomized controlled trial in employees with recent stress-related absenteeism

3.11 E-mental health for youth
3.11.1. Kopstoring en Kopopouders: online support for parents with a mental illness or addiction and their youngsters
3.11.2. Children's experiences with online counseling
3.11.3. Using the internet and game based technologies to promote mental health to young people: an evaluation of reach out central
3.11.4. Prevention of depression and anxiety in adolescents: a randomized controlled trial testing the efficacy and mechanisms of Internet-based self-help problem solving therapy

3.12 Overcoming posttraumatic stress via the internet
3.12.1. A pre-post-follow-up trial of Internet-based CBT for diagnosed PTSD patients, with therapist support by email only
3.12.2. Mental health support for silversurfer: ITT - a treatment approach for traumatized children of WWII
3.12.3. Humanitarian Help via Internet- a virtual treatment center for trauma victims in Iraq
3.12.4. Treatment of PTSD through the worldwideweb 10 years after the start

4.1 Evidence-based digital treatment of depression and bipolar disorders
4.1.1. It’s all about gaining control: using online technologies to assist patients with newly-diagnosed bipolar disorder gain control of their condition
4.1.2. Randomised controlled trial of online psychotherapy for depression in primary care
4.1.3. The ECCO Project: results of a randomised controlled trial of an internet-based depression intervention in a telephone counselling setting
4.1.4. The Mobile Tracker System for self-monitoring and self-management of depression, anxiety and stress

4.2 Improving the health system for childeren and youth through E-mental health innovations
4.2.1. Internet-based real-time mental health screening or monitoring and Point-Of-Care knowledge exchange among family, youth and physicians
4.2.2. A Web-based collaborative shared care model to manage ADHD Medication
4.2.3. On-line and off-line friendship of shy and non-shy kids and teens
4.2.4. Improving access to mental health services for children and youth through a virtual mental health resource directory

4.3 Double trouble: Web-based psychological interventions in co-morbid chronic diseases
4.3.1. Initial results of a problem solving website to support adherence in adolescents with diabetes
4.3.2. Tailored cognitive-behavioral e-health therapy in chronic somatic conditions
4.3.3. Depression in MS: the effects of online self-help treatment
4.3.4. Web-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (W-CBT) for adult diabetes patients with co-morbid depression: first findings

4.4 Implementation of online intervention
4.4.1. EMH can effectively prevent employees from getting ill
4.4.2. Webzorg: a unique offer within e-mental health
4.4.3. Dissemination of internet tools and selfhelpprograms to other treatment facilities
4.4.4. Results and lessons from 14 Australian-based clinical trials: treating common mental disorders at the VirtualClinic

4.5 What the Web can offer for post-traumatic stress disorder
4.5.1. Using the web as a tool for improving health literacy and help-seeking behaviours in consumers with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
4.5.2. a web-based early intervention to prevent posttraumatic stress disorder after traumatic injury
4.5.3. The efficacy of using on line mental health services in the treatment of survivors of natural disaster events and in community based disaster preparedness training

4.6 Skill development for professionals working in E-mental health
4.6.1. Computer-assisted interviewing to facilitate communication with children: In My Shoes
4.6.2. Ethics, qualifications and liability issues of online mental health providers: a look at international versus U.S. based providers
4.6.3. Adolescents' internet use as perceived by concerned professionals
4.6.4. Ethical issues in the direct provision of counselling, psychotherapy and mental health services over the internet

4.7 How to survive an E-mental health project: best practice in intervention development
4.7.1. Implementing internet interventions – transforming an idea into an IT reality

4.8 Online treatment for cannabis and alcohol
4.8.1. Quit the shit: an intervention program for cannabis addicts. Results from a randomized controlled trial.
4.8.2. JellinekLive results: outcome of internet based self-help for problematic cannabis users
4.8.3. Development and initial experciences with online treatment for deaf people with alcohol, drug and gambling problems
4.8.4. An evidence-based cannabis self-help website for young people:
4.8.5. Working with teenagers; Denial and Terror or Trial and Error

4.9 Online cognitive-behavioural therapy for depression from different perspectives
4.9.1. Online cognitive behavioral therapy and problem-solving therapy for depressive symptoms: exploring mechanisms of change
4.9.2. Online cognitive behavioural therapy for depression in primary care: effectiveness and predictors of outcome after one year
4.9.3. Patients’ experiences with unsupported online computerised cognitive behavioural therapy for depression
4.9.4. Cost-effectiveness of internet-based vs. group treatment in subthreshold depression: secondary analysis of a pragmatic randomised trial

4.10 WATI: Web-assisted tobacco interventions
4.10.1. The StopSite: a web-assisted self-help intervention for smoking cessation
4.10.2. Smoking cessation websites: the role of social support in the evolution of WATI (web assisted tobacco interventions)
4.10.3. A randomized trial comparing two internet-based smoking cessation programs
4.10.4. Smoke Alert: development and evaluation of a computer tailored smoking cessation intervention

4.11 Experience with online chat in the daily pratice (in Dutch)

1. Ethical implications for therapists who work and socialize in cyberspace
2. A 42-month follow-up of Internet-delivered guided cognitive behaviour therapy for depression
3. Praten Online (Talking Online): design of a randomized trial to study the effectiveness of an online treatment for depressed young people
4. Cognitive Bias Modification in the prevention of adolescent social anxiety
5. Video Conferencing in a Mental Health Service in The Netherlands: Effects on Client Satisfaction and Clinical Outcome
6. Web counselling as everyday support for teens
7. Real world case studies of a preventative computerised cognitive behavioural (cCBT) package being used to support employees within large UK Organisations
8. Helping online therapists: An integrated tool for "guided Internet-delivered treatments"
9. Computerized prospective screening of speech and swallowing problems in head and neck cancer patients
10. A positive business case for EMH: positive net income in the first year of Operations
11. E-mental health can be effectively applied for ‘second line’ patients: patients with severe complaints and/or comorbidity
12. The potential of the internet in researching and treating anorexia nervosa
13. Ambulatory assessment of subjective state with mobile phone Short Message Service
14. LifeGuide: new software allowing YOU to create internet interventions