The case for digital health applications
Digital health applications have the potential to
meet the huge challenges posed by mental health care.
Scientific evaluations of our online courses
The effectiveness of our online psychological courses has been assessed in over 30 randomised controlled trials which have been published or are about to be. The results show that our online courses are effective when compared with traditional face-to-face therapy.
Who are the researchers behind HelloBetter?
HelloBetter brings together recognized experts with talented researchers in different areas of e-mental health. Let us introduce the people behind our research.
Our scientists are frequently cited by other researchers
With over 120 published articles and papers to date our researchers are making an important contribution to e-mental health research. The demand for these articles is reflected in the number of citations, which has been increasing steadily for years.
The total number of citations from 2013 to today is currently at 16.382.
Research Advisory Board
HelloBetter is proud to work with world-leading experts in e-mental health and to benefit from their guidance. They include the following members of our Scientific Advisory Board.
We have the strongest evidence base – globally
No other e-mental health start-up worldwide has tested its products to the same degree as HelloBetter. The following graphic shows the number of randomised controlled trials per company. Randomised controlled means that a clinical study is carried out in accordance with strict criteria for the assignment of individuals to a trial group and for the comparison of these groups.