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Meru Health Ascend Mobile Intervention for Depression in Middle Aged and Older Adults
Using technology to deliver depression interventions is one way could alleviate the public health burden of depression. The study is testing a mobile app intervention program for depression that uses cognitive behavioral skills and mindfulness. This study seeks to obtain feedback on the intervention and refine the intervention and then test the intervention in a larger study. The mobile app intervention called the Meru Health Ascend program consists of the app and therapist support via messaging within the app.
Stanford is currently accepting patients for this trial.
Palo Alto Veterans Institute for Research
Collaborator: Stanford University
- Behavioral: Meru Health Ascend Program
Phase 2/Phase 3
- Owns a smart phone, resides in California, PHQ-9 score greater than or equal to 10,
stable dose of medication (if taking psychotropic), able to read and understand
- Psychotic disorder, possible cognitive impairment, evidence of problematic drinking
behavior, active suicide ideation with a plan, active psychological treatment, bipolar
disorder (study 2 only)
Ages Eligible for Study
40 Years - 120 Years
Genders Eligible for Study