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Claudette Pretorius
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Young People’s Online Help-Seeking and Mental Health Difficulties: Systematic Narrative Review
C Pretorius, D Chambers, D Coyle
Journal of Medical Internet Research 21 (11), e13873, 2019
1282019
Young people seeking help online for mental health: cross-sectional survey study
C Pretorius, D Chambers, B Cowan, D Coyle
JMIR mental health 6 (8), e13524, 2019
41*2019
Searching for Mental Health: A Mixed-Methods Study of Young People's Online Help-seeking
C Pretorius, D McCashin, N Kavanagh, D Coyle
CHI '20: Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in …, 2020
212020
Intelligent techniques to support online mental health communities: resource recommendations for 4 levels of stepped care
C Pretorius, D Coyle, D Chambers
Proceedings of the Second African Conference for Human Computer Interaction …, 2018
32018
Young People's Use of Digital Tools to Support Their Mental Health During Covid-19 Restrictions
C Pretorius, D Coyle
Frontiers in Digital Health, 175, 2021
22021
Gamifying the “unspoken”: Designing to Resolve Myths on Contraceptives among the Himba people of Namibia.
A Abubakar Kawu, A Kahuhu Koruhama, T Arinze Ikwunne, C Pretorius
22nd International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile …, 2020
12020
The relationship between socio-demographic factors and psychometric screening performances of primary school children with barriers to learning
C Pretorius
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University; Faculty of Health Sciences, 2015
12015
Supporting personal preferences and different levels of need in online help-seeking: a comparative study of help-seeking technologies for mental health
C Pretorius, D McCashin, D Coyle
Human–Computer Interaction, 1-22, 2022
2022
Using Self Determination Theory to Design to Support Young Peoples Online Help-Seeking
C Pretorius, D Coyle
arXiv preprint arXiv:2207.02299, 2022
2022
Designing Technologies to Support Young People’s Online Help-Seeking for Mental Health Difficulties
C Pretorius
University College Dublin. School of Computer Science, 2021
2021
Transitions in Technology-Mediated Cardiac Rehabilitation and Self-management: Qualitative Study Using the Theoretical Domains Framework
S Tadas, C Pretorius, EJ Foster, T Gorely, SJ Leslie, D Coyle
JMIR Cardio 5 (2), 2021
2021
Online Help-Seeking in Young Adults: An Online Survey
C Pretorius, D Chambers, BR Cowan, D Coyle
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