Informing and enhancing the development, evaluation, and implementation of novel technology-based interventions for substance-use and related disorders
The CTBH team shares a goal of harnessing existing and emerging technologies to effectively develop and deliver evidence-based interventions for substance use and co-occurring disorders. CTBH is organized into three primary cores: Treatment Development & Evaluation, Emerging Technologies & Data Analytics, and Dissemination & Implementation Core. Core activities focus on identifying and studying state-of-the-art issues related to technology-delivered therapeutic tools targeting behavioral health.
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Eye on Innovation
- Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes): A new model for educating primary care providers about treatment of substance use disorders
Komaromy M, Duhigg D, Metcalf A, et al. (2016). Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes): A new model for educating primary care providers about ...
- Awareness, access, and use of internet self-help websites for depression by university students
Culjak G, Kowalenko N, Tennant C. (2016). Awareness, access, and use of internet self-help websites for depression by university students. JMIR Mental Health. 3(4). ...
- Social Media Offers Tools to Improve Mental Health, Reduce Suicide
Article Excerpt: The Defense Department makes the total fitness of service members a top priority, and that includes mental health and suicide prevention. Military ...