Affiliation: Camden and Islington Mental Health and Social Care Trust
- Down your drink: a web-based intervention for people with excessive alcohol consumptionS Linke
Department of Clinical Psychology, Camden and Islington Mental Health and Social Care Trust, London, UK
Alcohol Alcohol 39:29-32. 2004..The DYD website was structured as a 6-week programme, derived from a manual which included elements of motivational approaches and cognitive behavioural therapy...
- Internet-based interactive health intervention for the promotion of sensible drinking: patterns of use and potential impact on members of the general publicStuart Linke
Islington Mental Health Psychology Services, Camden and Islington Mental Health and Social Care Trust, London, UK
J Med Internet Res 9:e10. 2007..However, there are few data on how many people might use such a program, the patterns of use, and potential benefits...
- Development of a psychologically enhanced interactive online intervention for hazardous drinkingStuart Linke
e Health Unit, University College London, Whittington Campus, Level 2, Holborn Union Building, Highgate Hill, London N19 5LW, UK
Alcohol Alcohol 43:669-74. 2008....
- On-line randomized controlled trial of an internet based psychologically enhanced intervention for people with hazardous alcohol consumptionPaul Wallace
e Health Unit, Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London, London, United Kingdom
PLoS ONE 6:e14740. 2011..DYD-RCT Trial registration: ISRCTN 31070347...
- The DYD-RCT protocol: an on-line randomised controlled trial of an interactive computer-based intervention compared with a standard information website to reduce alcohol consumption among hazardous drinkersElizabeth Murray
e Health Unit, Department of Primary Care and Population Sciences, University College London, Highgate Hill, London N19 5LW, UK
BMC Public Health 7:306. 2007..Researchers internationally are looking at the potential of Internet interventions in this area...
- Widening access to treatment for alcohol misuse: description and formative evaluation of an innovative web-based service in one primary care trustElizabeth Murray
e Health Unit, Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London, Upper Floor 3, Rowlabd Hill Street, London NW3, UK
Alcohol Alcohol 47:697-701. 2012..To describe the development and evaluation of an innovative web-based service for hazardous or harmful drinkers...
- Health on the web: randomised controlled trial of online screening and brief alcohol intervention delivered in a workplace settingZarnie Khadjesari
Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London, Royal Free Hospital, London, United Kingdom
PLoS ONE 9:e112553. 2014..Research to support this approach is limited and methodologically weak. The aim was to determine the effectiveness of online screening and personalised feedback on alcohol consumption, delivered in a workplace as part of a health check...
- Processing of Alcohol-Related Health Threat in At-Risk Drinkers: An Online Study of Gender-Related Self-Affirmation EffectsSunjeev K Kamboj
Research Department of Clinical Educational and Health Psychology, University College London, London, UK
Alcohol Alcohol 51:756-762. 2016..Alternatively, self-affirmation may improve cognitive-affective processing of threatening information, thus contributing to successful self-regulation...
- Health on the web: randomised trial of work-based online screening and brief intervention for hazardous and harmful drinkingElizabeth Murray
Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London, Upper Floor 3, Royal Free Hospital, Rowland Hill Street, London, NW3 2PF, England
BMC Public Health 13:505. 2013..Computerised interventions for alcohol misuse can be as effective as traditional face-to-face interventions and may have advantages, including anonymity, convenience and availability...
- DIgital Alcohol Management ON Demand (DIAMOND) feasibility randomised controlled trial of a web-based intervention to reduce alcohol consumption in people with hazardous and harmful use versus a face-to-face intervention: protocolFiona L Hamilton
eHealth Unit, Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London, London, UK
Pilot Feasibility Stud 1:28. 2015..g. recruitment and retention, online data collection methods, and the use and acceptability of the intervention to participants...