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Title: Does online counseling help the helping professionals? : randomized controlled trial of effectiveness of online and face to face counseling intervention
Authors: Bagaajav, A.
Nanjid, Kh.
Otgon, S.
Khurelbaatar, Kh.
Tsoodol, E.
Myagmarjav, S.
Keywords: ONLINE COUNSELLING
ON-LINE PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICE
HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
HEALTH WORKERS
MONGOLIA
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
MENTAL STRESS
WORKING CONDITIONS
SOCIAL SERVICES
Date: 2011
Publisher: School of Public Health, Health Sciences University of Mongolia
Abstract: Work in healthcare sector is characterized by high level of work stress internationally. Information technology mediated behavioral and psychology cares are widespread around the world. Through synchronous chat based format, the present trial examined the difference between effectiveness of online and face-to-face counseling both led by cognitive behavioral approach for doctors and nurses who experienced psychological conditions. Online counseling and face-to-face counseling interventions had similar effect in reducing the symptoms of depression and anxiety.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/48882
Project Number: 104919
Project Title: Development Research to Empower All Mongolians through Information Communication Technology - DREAM IT
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