The ImpleMentAll consortium is made up of 16 partners from Europe and Australia. Below you can see a list of all the partners contributing to this project. Click on a partner to read more about them and find their contact information.
GET.ON - Germany
GET.ON is a pioneer in eMental health service supply in Germany and one of the first companies offering evidence-based eMental health solutions for a range of target conditions in routine care.
Founded in 2015 by the three psychologists Prof. Dr. David Daniel Ebert, Dr. Hanne Horvath and Dr. Elena Heber, GET.ON is currently offering eleven psychological online training courses in eight problem areas, including depression, insomnia, stress, panic disorders, and alcoholism.
Together with the Leuphana University Lueneburg and the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, GET.ON has been researching and developing digital solutions for the treatment of mental health problems for over 12 years and conducted over 40 randomised controlled studies and more than 160 scientific publications about the trainings. Because of that, GET.ON offers today the largest range of demonstrably effective online mental health programs worldwide. More than 25,000 patients have already participated across all of the trainings on offer.
The trainings either focus on clinical disorders (ICD-10), subthreshold cases, as well as selective preventive interventions targeting specific risk factors. The programs are available in a guided version, accompanied by a trained psychologist or psychotherapist, in order to increase implementation feasibility, effectiveness and lower uptake barriers, or in an unguided self-help format, if the client wished to take care of his/hers situation by him/herself.
At the end of 2019, GET.On underwent a rebranding process and is now known as HelloBetter.
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During the IMA trial we will focus on the implementation of seven different guided online trainings in two provinces (Bavaria, Schleswig-Holstein) of Germany, which will be offered to insurees of a social insurance company. Implemented interventions include
GET.ON Stress: CBT-based stress management intervention based on problem solving and emotion regulation skills
GET.ON Recovery: CBT-based intervention using sleep compression, sleep hygiene, stimulus control to enhance sleep quality and reduce insomnia symptoms, but also exercises for better recovery from work (less worrying, rumination, more recovery activities)
GET.ON Mood Enhancer: CBT-based intervention for prevention of depression, promoting behavioural activation and problem-solving skills
GET.ON Mood Enhancer Diabetes: CBT-based intervention for reduction of depressive symptoms in diabetes patients type 1 & 2 by promoting behavioural activation and problem-solving skills
GET.ON Drink less: CBT-based intervention supportingpersons with alcohol misuse to reflect on dysfunctional drinking habits and reduce alcohol consumption
GET.ON Panic: CBT-based intervention to successfully manage agoraphobia & panic attacks
GET.ON Chronic pain: ACT-based intervention for dealing with chronic pain
Position: WP Leader for Implementation Management and Knowledge Exchange
Anne is a clinical psychologist with a strong interest in the implementation of innovations and research methods. During the last years, she has worked on a number of studies, including RCTs, on internet interventions and her current focus of interest lies in the assessment of internet interventions under routine care conditions and implementation research. As project manager of the German site in the MasterMind project, Anne was responsible for the implementation management for internet-based interventions in five European countries and its evaluation. As work package leader in ImpleMentAll, she is coordinating the implementation efforts of the various implementation sites.
Position: IMA Project Coordinator at GET.ON and Scientific Advisor
David’s work considers the development and evaluation of evidence-based internet and mobile-based health interventions in different settings and environments (work, university) with a focus on the prevention of mental health disorders. He received this doctoral degree in Psychology in 2013 at the Philipps-University Marburg (summa cum laude). In the department for Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy at the University of Marburg, he worked as a research associate (2009-2014), as operative project leader of the workgroup “Gesundheitstraining.Online” at the Leuphana University Lueneburg (18 research assistants, 2011-2014) and afterwards, he worked at Harvard Medical School, at the Department for Health Care Policy Harvard University in Boston. Together with his team, he developed 12 internet-based health care interventions, whose effectiveness and cost-effectiveness has been/is evaluated in more than 40 randomized controlled trials. Alongside numerous German book- and journal contributions, mainly in the field of eMental Helath, he has published more than 70 peer-reviewed articles in international journals. He is and has been work-package leader in two European FP7/H2020 projects concerning the conduct of multi-national studies regarding the evaluation of online-interventions for the prevention (iCARE, H2020) and the treatment of mental health disorders (Mastermind, EC FP7, CIP Pilot Actions). Additionally, David is the President and member of the Board of Directors of the International Society for Research on Internet Interventions (ISRII), founding member and board member of the European Society of Research on Internet Interventions (ESRII), and member of the Editorial Board of the journal „Internet-Interventions, published by Elsevier and Associate Editor of BMC Research Methodology. In recognition of his scientific achievement, David has been honored with several awards lately, including the Early Career Research Award der ISRII, the Charlotte-Karl Bühler Price 2016 for an influential research program in psychology, an award of the German Society of Behavioral Therapy 2014 [(Deutschen Gesellschaft für Verhaltenstherapie (DGVT)] for outstanding achievements regarding the advancement of behavior therapy, and the early Career award 2015 of the Division for Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy of the German Society for Psychology [Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPS)].
Position: Project Manager of the GET.ON Implementation Site
Elena is VP Content & Research at the GET.ON Institute. Within the ImpleMentAll project, she is part of the implementation core team initiating and leading the development and execution of the implementation strategies. Prior to her role at the GET.ON Institute, she worked as a Research Fellow at the University of Southampton, UK, and received her doctoral degree in psychology at Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany where she focused on developing and evaluating internet- and mobile-based interventions for mental health.
Position: Scientific Project Coordinator and Implementation Manager
Ingrid Titzler is implementation lead at the GET.ON Institute and scientific project lead at the Chair of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy of the University Erlangen-Nuremberg. Her experience as psychologist, therapist, and communication expert guides and enriches her research with the focus of evaluation and implementation of e-mental health solutions for the prevention and treatment of mental health disorders. Within the ImpleMentAll project, she leads the implementation core team at GET.ON and the health care insurance company by using a toolkit to improve implementation strategies. She is also leading the trial coordination and data collecting process. Prior to her work for the ImpleMentAll project she worked over 10 years in an international agency for advertising and communication campaigns, acted as therapist in an inpatient and outpatient clinic setting, and was leading the EU-project E-Compared. Ingrid Titzler is working on her doctoral degree in psychology about the 'effectiveness of blended internet-/mobile-based therapy for depression and the perceived barriers and facilitators regarding their implementation on the perspective of therapists and general practitioners.
Position: Local Data Manager of the GET.ON Implemenation Site
Johanna is researcher at the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg. Within the ImpleMentAll project, she is a local data manager and member of the implementation core team at the trial site GET.ON. She holds a degree in Clinical Psychology and Experimental Cognitive Psychology (M.Sc.) and gained experience in various health areas such as the Chair for Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine at the University of Regensburg and an institute for occupational health management. Currently, her research focus is on implementation and evaluation of e-mental health and tele-based solutions for the prevention of mental disorders
Position: Assistance to WP Lead
Annika is a research assistant at the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Currently, she is doing her master’s degree with focus on Clinical and Health Psychology at the Freie Universität Berlin. Within the ImpleMentAll project, she is working with the WP Lead on the evaluation of determinants of implementation effort and related activities and barriers in the routine implementation of the different sites involved in the project.
Position: Assistance to WP Lead
Isabelle is a working student at GET.ON and is currently doing her master's degree in Psychology at the Humboldt University in Berlin. Within the ImpleMentAll project she assists the WP Lead for Implementation Management and Knowledge Exchange and helps to coordinate the implementation effort of the intervention sites.
Position: Administrative Contact
Hanne received her doctoral degree in psychology at Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany in 2016. She received the Wilhelm Exner award for psychology for her work in the GET.ON research project. At GET.ON, Hanne is responsible the business development and service department as well as the collaborations with health care insurers and the guidance of the GET.ON trainings. As administration manager, Hanne will support organizing all GET.ON related implementation processes.