Published on in Vol 5, No 1 (2019): Jan-Jun

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/11406, first published .
Impact of a Mobilized Stress Management Program (Pep-Pal) for Caregivers of Oncology Patients: Mixed-Methods Study

Impact of a Mobilized Stress Management Program (Pep-Pal) for Caregivers of Oncology Patients: Mixed-Methods Study

Impact of a Mobilized Stress Management Program (Pep-Pal) for Caregivers of Oncology Patients: Mixed-Methods Study

Journals

  1. Parry M. Caregiver Burden and Cardiovascular Disease: Can We Afford to Keep the Health of Caregivers in Canada Invisible?. Canadian Journal of Cardiology 2019;35(10):1267 View
  2. Pensak N, Carr A, Jones J, Mikulich‐Gilbertson S, Kutner J, Kilbourn K, Sannes T, Brewer B, Kolva E, Joshi T, Laudenslager M. A pilot study of mobilized intervention to help caregivers of oncology patients manage distress. Psycho-Oncology 2021;30(4):520 View
  3. Borghouts J, Eikey E, Mark G, De Leon C, Schueller S, Schneider M, Stadnick N, Zheng K, Mukamel D, Sorkin D. Barriers to and Facilitators of User Engagement With Digital Mental Health Interventions: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(3):e24387 View