IntelliCare in College Students - Implementation (ICCS-I)

2019-10-03 07:54:41 | BioPortfolio


This study is a hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial of the smartphone student stress-management app IntelliCare for college students. This intervention will be tested with University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) and Northern Illinois University (NIU) students. During the study, participants will complete measures of depressive and anxious symptoms, as well as measures of mental health literacy, within the app.


In this study, students will be recruited to use the IntelliCare Hub app and encouraged to use it daily.The overall aim of this study is to pilot the program, evaluation metrics, implementation strategies, data collection and assessment procedures for a larger implementation trial. During the trial, participants will be prompted to complete the PHQ-8 and GAD-7 every week. At monthly intervals, participants will be prompted within the app to complete the Depression Literacy Questionnaire and Anxiety Literacy Questionnaire to measure mental health literacy, the Knowledge and Beliefs about Services scale to measure knowledge of campus mental health services, the Barriers to Mental Health Help-Seeking questionnaire to measure treatment barriers, and the Cognitive and Behavioral Response to Stress Scale to measure cognitive and behavioral coping skills. Counseling center utilization data will be extracted from the participating counseling centers' electronic medical records.

Study Design




IntelliCare for College Students


Not yet recruiting


Northwestern University

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