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(p. 247) Standards and operating guidelines for internet interventions 

(p. 247) Standards and operating guidelines for internet interventions
(p. 247) Standards and operating guidelines for internet interventions

Lisa Whitehead

and Judy Proudfoot

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date: 27 October 2020

Chapter 24 proposes a set of criteria against which an LI practitioner can assess the quality of an internet intervention and ascertain its suitability for their clients. The standards cover issues such as the relevance of the intervention to the client group, the effectiveness of the intervention, ethical issues and safeguards, and web site design and navigation. In addition to providing quality standards, the criteria serve as a set of best-practice operating guidelines for LI practitioners to follow in the delivery of internet mental health programs.

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