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Improving Self-Help E-Therapy for Depression and Anxiety Among Sexual Minorities: An Analysis of Focus Groups With Lesbians and Gay Men

Improving Self-Help E-Therapy for Depression and Anxiety Among Sexual Minorities: An Analysis of Focus Groups With Lesbians and Gay Men

We conducted eight focus groups involving lesbians and gay men with the aim of identifying key areas in which e-therapies could be improved to make them more inclusive, relevant, and appealing to lesbians and gay men.

Tomas Rozbroj, Anthony Lyons, Marian Pitts, Anne Mitchell, Helen Christensen

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(3):e66

Assessing the Applicability of E-Therapies for Depression, Anxiety, and Other Mood Disorders Among Lesbians and Gay Men: Analysis of 24 Web- and Mobile Phone-Based Self-Help Interventions

Assessing the Applicability of E-Therapies for Depression, Anxiety, and Other Mood Disorders Among Lesbians and Gay Men: Analysis of 24 Web- and Mobile Phone-Based Self-Help Interventions

They were derived from previous research that has identified inequalities and challenges faced by lesbians and gay men [16,27-29,35,36,41,42], including issues of lesbians and gay men feeling invisible or left out in health care provisions (eg, as a result

Tomas Rozbroj, Anthony Lyons, Marian Pitts, Anne Mitchell, Helen Christensen

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(7):e166

Sexual Preferences and Presentation on Geosocial Networking Apps by Indian Men Who Have Sex With Men in Maharashtra

Sexual Preferences and Presentation on Geosocial Networking Apps by Indian Men Who Have Sex With Men in Maharashtra

In Western MSM populations, GSN apps have shown to be more popular than other online peer-to-peer social networking sites (eg, Facebook) and traditional methods (eg, cursing area and gay bars) to find causal sex partners [4-6].

Jayson Rhoton, J Michael Wilkerson, Shruta Mengle, Pallav Patankar, BR Simon Rosser, Maria L Ekstrand

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(4):e120

Online Versus Telephone Methods to Recruit and Interview Older Gay and Bisexual Men Treated for Prostate Cancer: Findings from the Restore Study

Online Versus Telephone Methods to Recruit and Interview Older Gay and Bisexual Men Treated for Prostate Cancer: Findings from the Restore Study

In contrast, the literature on gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men indicates that online methods are preferred and more effective for recruiting gay and bisexual men into studies [4,5].

BR Simon Rosser, Benjamin Capistrant

JMIR Cancer 2016;2(2):e9