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Can we really teach cognitive behavioral therapy with a massive open online course?

Abstract : A better training in psychotherapy is needed for psychiatry trainees. Online Cognitive Behavioural Therapies (CBT) could be a good solution. Free and wide audience course like Massive Open Online course (MOOCs) increase dissemination and accessibility of the training. However, the engagement needs to be improved. A hybrid approach seems relevant with the MOOC as an incentive. Beyond the promotion of the topic, a MOOC can be a promotion tool for the provider. The economic model of the MOOC needed to be taken into account to allow sustainability. To explore these elements, we take into account a survey taken during the 1st European Psychiatric Association MOOC about CBT.
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Thomas Gargot, Nikitas Arnaoutoglou, Tiago Costa, Olga Sidorova, Natasha Liu-Thwaites, et al.. Can we really teach cognitive behavioral therapy with a massive open online course?. European Psychiatry, Cambridge University press, 2020, 63 (1), pp.e38. ⟨10.1192/j.eurpsy.2020.29⟩. ⟨hal-02735320⟩

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