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Background: COVID-19 (Corona Virus Disease 2019) is a virulent infectious disease with an incubation period ranging between 2-14 days. This highly contagious disease is caused by Sars-Cov-2 (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2). The number of people infected by COVID-19 has increased exponentially since January as a result of traveling and contact with COVID-19 infected individual. Initially, the seriousness of COVID-19 was not gauged properly until World Health Organization classified it as Pandemic type infectious disease and rapidly made plans actions to fight against it on 20 January, 2020. The uncertainty and low predictability of COVID-19 not only threaten people's physical health, but also affect people's mental health, especially in terms of emotions and cognition. As consequence of public emergency, with its economic health and social impacts, psychological repercussions among people are inevitable at the short and long term. Importance and justify the study: This study will assess the effectiveness of e therapy in treating anxiety and depression during a pandemic. This would be a novel way of providing therapy during crises Hypothesis: We hypothesize that compared to self-help email delivered therapy, the therapist guided e-Therapy is more efficacious in reducing the level of psychosocial stress among distressed individuals in Oman during COVID19. Objective: The aim of this study is to assess the efficacy of six weeks therapist guided e-Therapy versus Self-help e-mail delivered therapy on Psychological distress among random sample of individuals live in Oman during COVID 19 pandemic. This study will recruit 60 participants from a list respondents to public survey who reported high levels of depression and anxiety, and randomize them to either therapist guided e-psychotherapy(intervention) or (control) self-help arms. Participants in the intervention arm will receive six sessions of therapist guided e therapy as described in the study schedule. Participants in the control arm will receive self-help psychotherapy contents similar to the intervention arm as detailed in the study schedule. Throughout the study, outcome and safety assessments will be conducted.
Description: Depressive symptoms will be measured with the Patient Health Questionnaire-9 (PHQ-9) instrument. The PHQ-9 is a nine item survey to assess depressive symptoms over the previous 2 weeks. The patient may answer "not at all" (scored as a 0) , "several days" (scored as a 1), "more than half the days" (scored as a 2), or "nearly every day" (scored as a 3) for each item. The range in total scores is from 0 (no depressive symptoms or best outcome) to 27 (severe depressive symptoms or worst outcome). The primary out come measure is to calculate the change in the mean scores of PHQ-9 from baseline to the end of the study between the intervention and the control.Measure: Change in Depressive symptoms measured by Patient Health Questionnaire-9 Time: 6-12 weeks
Description: The Generalized Anxiety Disorder 7-item scale is a 7- item self-report measure of generalized anxiety. Participants rate the frequency with which they experience anxiety-related symptoms on a scale of 0 (Not at all) to 3 (Nearly every day). Total scores range from 0-21 with higher scores indicating greater anxiety symptoms. The second primary out come measure is to calculate the change in the mean scores of GAD-7 from baseline to the end of the study between the intervention and the control.Measure: Change in Anxiety symptoms measured by Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7 Time: 6-12 WEEKS
Description: Proportion of subjects with Significant Depression (Defined as PHQ-9 total score ≥ 10 ) in each armMeasure: Proportion of subjects with Significant Depression Time: 6-12 weeks
Description: Proportion of subjects with Significant Anxiety (Defined as GAD-7 total score ≥ 10 ) in each armMeasure: Proportion of subjects with Significant Anxiety Time: 6-12 weeks
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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