Aim: To investigate whether there is a correlation between age and satisfaction with the use of videoconferences (VCs) and whether the number of video sessions had an impact on satisfaction.
Methods: This study was a subanalysis of the joint European project, MasterMind, and participants were recruited from15 pilot studies in 11 different countries. The Client Satisfaction Questionnaire 8 (CSQ 8) was used as assessment tool, and scores were summed to give total scores.
Results: Participants were included if they had filled out the CSQ 8 questionnaire and demographic data were available. This resulted in a total of 199 participants. We found that the total score was not significantly correlated with age (Spearman's rho = −0.0415, p = 0.563) and gender (Wilcoxon W = 5,066, p = 0.409). There was a significant positive correlation between number of sessions attended (Spearman's rho = 0.5777, p < 0.001) and total score after adjusting for age, gender, region, symptoms score, and education level in a multiple linear regression model (coefficient = 0.170, SE = 0.059, p = 0.004). Excluded responders were significantly younger than included responders, had lower symptoms score, attended fewer sessions, had a higher education, and were more likely to be employed.
Conclusions: VC satisfaction scores in patients with unipolar depression do not depend on age but increase with experience in all age groups.
|Translated title of the contribution||Videokonsultationer i behandling af depression: Tilfredshedsvurdering korrelerer med antal gennemførte sessioner men ikke med alder |
|Journal||Telemedicine and e-Health|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 2020|