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Der komplementäre Einsatz des internetbasierten Selbstmanagementprogramms "moodgym" bei Menschen mit depressiven Erkrankungen in der stationären Versorgung ­ die Perspektive von Patienten und Behandlern. / [Implementation of the Internet-Based Self-Management Program "moodgym" in Patients with Depressive Disorders in Inpatient Clinical Settings - Patient and Expert Perspectives].

Dorow, Marie; Stein, Janine; Förster, Franziska; Löbner, Margrit; Franz, Michael; Günther, Rolf; Schröder, Rolf; Sommer, Dieter; Möller, Dieter; Dekoj, Marie Christine; Becker, Thomas; Riedel-Heller, Steffi G.
Psychiatr Prax; 45(5): 256-262, 2018 07.
Artigo em Alemão | MEDLINE | 2018 | ID: mdl-28851000
Resumo: OBJECTIVE: The study aims to assess the acceptance, chances and barriers of an online self-management program (moodgym) for depression from the perspective of experts and patients in inpatient psychiatric settings. METHODS: Paper-pencil interviews were conducted with n = 181 depressed inpatients (n = 181, pre-post-assessment after 8 weeks) and n = 31 medical experts. Two regression models were carried out to investigate factors associated with the uptake and the user acceptance of moodgym. Chances and barriers were analysed qualitatively. RESULTS: Experts and patients reported moderate to high user acceptance. 59 % (n = 107) of the patients logged in to moodgym. Factors associated with the uptake were the educational level and treatment preferences. The user acceptance was influenced by the patients' self-rated health and the frequency of using moodgym. Relevant barriers anticipated by experts were limited computer skills, difficulties in concentration and a severe course of depression. Patients highlighted the ease of use, the moodgym characters and the flexible availability. CONCLUSIONS: moodgym may represent a complementary treatment option for depressive disorders in an inpatient setting.