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Anna Serlachius; Anna Boggiss; David Lim (et al.)
Well-being apps represent a promising and scalable approach for improving mental health outcomes in youth, especially during a global pandemic when access to face-to-face interventions may be limited. Whitu (meaning 7 in the New Zealand Māori language Te Reo) is a newly developed well-being app with 7 modules that support young people to learn and practice evidence-based coping skills, including relaxation, mindfulness, self-compassion, and goal-setting. This pilot explored the acceptability, usability, and preliminary efficacy of Whitu before refining the app for a randomized controlled trial (RCT).
Lisa Darragh; Nike Franke
Nessa Lynch; Ursula Kilkelly
Claire Freeman; Christina Ergler; Robin Kearns (et al.)
Raella Kahuroa; Linda Mitchell; Olivia Ng (et al.)
Caitlin S. McRae McRae; Annette M. E. Henderson; Rachel S. T. Low (et al.)
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