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Electronic Bridge to Mental Health for College Students
Electronic Bridge to Mental Health for College Students (eBridge) is an online intervention that screens students for mental health concerns that include elevated suicide risk and facilitates their linkage to mental health (MH) services. EBridge is designed to work on computers, tablets, and smartphones (iOS, Android) and is easily adaptable to evolving technologies in the future. It incorporates motivational interviewing (MI) principles and draws from health behavior models that emphasize autonomy and self-determination. Following a web-based screen using standardized scales to identify students at elevated risk, eBridge offers students options for personalized feedback (provided online in a conversational format adherent with motivational interviewing) and corresponding online with professionals trained in motivational interviewing and knowledgeable about university and community resources. Ebridge is being conducted at four universities: the University of Michigan, the University of Nevada-Reno, the University of Iowa, and Stanford University.
Stanford is currently not accepting patients for this trial.
University of Michigan
- Behavioral: eBridge Online Counseling
- at least 18 years old
- currently enrolled full- or part-time at a participating university
- not currently living in the university community (e.g., completing a study abroad
Ages Eligible for Study
18 Years - N/A
Genders Eligible for Study