Published on in Vol 6 , No 3 (2022) :March

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/32940, first published .
Adapting an Evidence-Based e-Learning Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program Into a Mobile App for People Experiencing Gambling-Related Problems: Formative Study

Adapting an Evidence-Based e-Learning Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program Into a Mobile App for People Experiencing Gambling-Related Problems: Formative Study

Adapting an Evidence-Based e-Learning Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program Into a Mobile App for People Experiencing Gambling-Related Problems: Formative Study

Gayl Humphrey 1 , BSc, MSocSc ;   Joanna Ting Chu 1 , PhD ;   Rebecca Ruwhiu-Collins 2 ;   Stephanie Erick-Peleti 2 , MPH ;   Nicki Dowling 3 , PhD ;   Stephanie Merkouris 4 , PhD ;   David Newcombe 5 , PhD ;   Simone Rodda 5 , PhD ;   Elsie Ho 5 , PhD ;   Vili Nosa 6 , PhD ;   Varsha Parag 1 , BSc ;   Christopher Bullen 1 , MBChB, PhD

1 National Institute for Health Innovation , University of Auckland , Auckland , NZ

2 Hapai Te Hauora , Auckland , NZ

3 Deakin University , Melbourne , AU

4 School of Psychology , Deakin University , Melbourne , AU

5 Social and Community Health , University of Auckland , Auckland , NZ

6 Pacific Health , University of Auckland , Auckland , NZ

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