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We Can’t Rely On Mental Health Apps Yet


Please take some time to read this article, We Can’t Rely On Mental Health Apps, Yet. If you remember the previous paper, this article also presents similar arguments. There is no official organization that can manage to review these mobile mental health apps yet. Experts have skeptical questions regarding these mental health apps.

We would like to hear your voice regarding these arguments. If these apps giving false direction, why do these tools still thrives on the apps markets? If given certain patients or conditions, could apps still work in clinical usage?

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