Characterising Usage of a Multicomponent Digital Intervention to Predict Treatment Outcomes in First-Episode Psychosis: A Cluster Analysis (Preprint)
Shaunagh O'Sullivan, Lianne Schmaal, Simon D'Alfonso, Yara J Toenders, Lee Valentine, Carla McEnery, Sarah Bendall, Barnaby Nelson, John Gleeson, Mario Alvarez-Jimenez
JMIR Publications Inc.
BACKGROUND Multicomponent digital interventions offer the potential for tailored and flexible interventions that aim to address high attrition rates and increase engagement, an area of concern in digital mental health. However, increased flexibility in usage makes it difficult to determine which components lead to improved treatment outcomes. OBJECTIVE This study aimed to identify user profiles on Horyzons, an 18-month digital relapse prevention intervention that incorporates therapeutic content and social networking, along with clinical, vocational and peer support, and to e..View full abstract