Anne Etzelmüller

Anne Etzelmüller
Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nürnberg | FAU · Department of Psychology and Sport Science

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Introduction
Anne Etzelmüller currently works at the Department of Clinical Psychology Psychotherapy, Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nürnberg. Anne does research in Clinical Psychology, eHealth and implementation. Their current project is 'ImpleMentAll.'

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Publications (20)
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BACKGROUND Internet-based Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (iCBT) services for common mental health disorders have been found to be effective. There is a need for effective strategies to improve implementation in routine practice. One-size-fits-all strategies are likely to be ineffective and tailored implementation is considered as a promising approach....
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Background Internet-based Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (iCBT) for depression have been implemented in routine care across Europe in varying ways, at various scales and with varying success. This study aimed to advance our understanding of organisational implementation climate from the perspectives of implementers and mental health service deliverers...
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Understanding implementation-related factors and processes is key to ensuring that Internet-based interventions are embedded in practice and provide added value to the delivery of evidence-based care. The aim of this study was to evaluate the attitudes towards an Internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy (iCBT) intervention for the treatment of...
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In this project, we focused on creating and implementing digital tools which help employees to manage work-related stress on an individual and team level. Two main digital intervention tools are implemented in this research. The combination of these two online tools is implemented in three European organisations. The interventions will be implement...
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Background Arousal may be important for learning to restructure ones’ negative cognitions, a core technique in depression treatment. In virtual reality (VR), situations may be experienced more vividly than, e.g., in an imaginative approach, potentially aiding the emotional activation of negative cognitions. However, it is unclear whether such activ...
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Introduction While the general uptake of e-mental health interventions remained low over the past years, physical distancing and lockdown measures relating to the COVID-19 pandemic created a need and demand for online consultations in only a matter of weeks. Objective This study investigates the uptake of online consultations provided by mental he...
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BACKGROUND Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a chronic condition whereby the prevalence is expected to grow with the aging trend of high-income countries. Internet-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (iCBT) has proven efficacy in treating MDD. OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to assess the cost-effectiveness of implementing a community-ba...
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Background Major depressive disorder is a chronic condition; its prevalence is expected to grow with the aging trend of high-income countries. Internet-based cognitive-behavioral therapy has proven efficacy in treating major depressive disorder. Objective The objective of this study was to assess the cost-effectiveness of implementing a community i...
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BACKGROUND While the general uptake of e-mental health interventions remained low over the past years, physical distancing and quarantine measures relating to the COVID-19 pandemic created a need and demand for online consultations and telepsychology in only a matter of weeks. OBJECTIVE This study investigates the uptake of online consultations pr...
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Background Although there is evidence for the efficacy of internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy (iCBT), the generalizability of results to routine care is limited. Objective This study systematically reviews effectiveness studies of guided iCBT interventions for the treatment of depression or anxiety. Methods The acceptability (uptake, part...
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Background: The System Usability Scale (SUS) is used to measure usability of internet-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (iCBT). However, whether the SUS is a valid instrument to measure usability in this context is unclear. The aim of this study is to assess the factor structure of the SUS, measuring usability of iCBT for depression in a sample...
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BACKGROUND Although there is evidence for the efficacy of internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy (iCBT), the generalizability of results to routine care is limited. OBJECTIVE This study systematically reviews effectiveness studies of guided iCBT interventions for the treatment of depression or anxiety. METHODS The acceptability (uptake, part...
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Introduction Internet-based guided self-help and face-to-face CBT have shown to be effective in the treatment of depression, but both approaches might not be an available treatment option for all patients. A treatment which blends internet-based guided self-help with video-based psychotherapy might reduce potential disadvantages of both approaches,...
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Interview guideline structure and constructs assessed.
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ackground Depressive disorder is a major societal challenge. Despite the availability of clinically and cost-effective treatments including Internet interventions, the number of patients receiving treatment is limited. Evidence-based Internet interventions promise wide availability and high efficiency of treatments. However, these interventions of...

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Recent reports indicate an increase in mental health problems among the general EU population in recent years. Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) and public organisations are particularly vulnerable as they have often scarce knowledge and resources to effectively manage workers’ mental health and wellbeing. The general aim of the H-WORK project is to design, implement and validate effective multi-level assessment and intervention toolkits providing new products and services to promote mental health in public organisations and SMEs, evaluate individual and organisational outcomes of the adopted measures, and provide recommendations for employers, occupational health professionals and policymakers. The project aims to design, implement and exploit an integrated toolkit (H-TOOLS) which will provide managers and CEOs to effectively assess organisational psychosocial risk (HAT), implement the most appropriate interventions (HIT), and evaluate individual and organisational outcomes of the adopted measures (HET). Implementation of the H-WORK Toolkits will occur in ten intervention sites across five European countries, including five public organisations (healthcare, higher education, governmental) and five SMEs. Moreover, the data and experience generated during the implementation process will allow for development of further H-WORK products and services. Specifically, H-WORK will design, test and deploy the H-WORK Innovation Platform which will include novel digital services such as Benchmarking Calculator and Decision Support System that will facilitate the spread and uptake of the H-WORK solutions across Europe, and ensure the long-term sustainability of the project outcomes. The H-WORK project will significantly contribute to coordinated strategies for occupational health and safety and will foster health, social and economic prosperity in the EU.
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ImpleMentAll will develop, apply, and evaluate tailored implementation strategies in the context of on-going eHealth implementation initiatives in the EU and beyond. Common mental health disorders account for an alarming proportion of the global burden of disease. Being regarded as an evidence-based psychotherapeutic eHealth intervention, Internet-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (iCBT), has the potential to answer to this societal challenge by providing an efficacious and efficient treatment from which more people can benefit. As a result, various iCBT implementation projects are currently conducted across the world. We propose to use this natural laboratory to develop and evaluate a toolkit for tailored implementation strategies that is expected to make implementation trajectories more efficient.
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The MasterMind project aims to implement and upscale evidence-based computerised Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (cCBT) and videoconferencing enabled collaborative care services (ccVC) in routine mental healthcare practice and targets to reach over 5,230 patients in routine care in 15 European regions. The effectiveness of these implementation projects will be evaluated with the objective to identify the factors that promote or inhibit implementation and up scaling of cCBT and ccVC for treating depression in routine practice. The resulting summative evaluation will provide insight into the factors that influence the implementation and up-scaling of cCBT and ccVC in a variety of real political, social, economic and clinical contexts. It will provide insight into the perspectives of involved stakeholders, and result in concrete recommendations for implementing and up-scaling cCBT and ccVC for depression in different mental healthcare contexts.