Mental Health Intervention Internet-Based Technology

Authors

  • Rudi Abas Rudi Poltekkes

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32763/juke.v16i1.694

Keywords:

Mental health intervention, internet-based technology

Abstract

Background: Advances in technology nowdays make it easier for various processes to be faster, more effective and time saving. The Internet is an effective way to reduce limitations and can be a bridge for various health services delivery including mental health. Internet-based mental health interventions can be carried out to facilitate mental health services for those in need. Objective: The purpose of this study is to describe an Internet-based technology in mental health intervention. Methods: The method used in this research was literature review for articles published between 2018-2022. Results: The articles search of three online databases (Pubmed, ProQuest and Google Scholar) resulted 379 articles which then extracted according to the inclusion criteria with remaining 11 articles that matched the topic in this study and were considered worthy of analysis. Conclusion: Internet-based mental health interventions can improve mental health, reduce levels of stress, depression, anxiety and other mental health disorders.

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Published

2022-12-19

How to Cite

Rudi, R. A. (2022). Mental Health Intervention Internet-Based Technology. Jurnal Kesehatan, 16(1), 60-66. https://doi.org/10.32763/juke.v16i1.694