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The Project of Blended Self-Help and Support Services on Mental Well-being Using Stepped-Care Model Consent Form

This project is led by Professor MAK Winnie Wing Sze under Department of Psychology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. It is funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust.


Purpose: To examine the effectiveness of the online and offline services delivered through the platform of blended mental well-being stepped-care system

Target: Adults aged 18 years old or above with access to the Internet

Detail: Participants can register via the online system and fill in screening assessment. After assessing the levels of their psychological distress, suitable recommendations of mental well-being services will be given. The participants can use the services by logging in the system. The services provided will be blended (online and offline modes) and participants are free to join at their own will. During the use of the platform, system will provide different assessments and user data will be recorded for the purpose of services effectiveness evaluation.

Risk: According to the existing literature, this study does not cause any disturbance or potential risk to the participants.

Confidentiality: All data is confidential. Data transmission of the online system is encrypted. No personnel without authorization could access the data. The results of the reports will only contain overall results without individually identifiable information. Information may also be used in project promotion and planning purposes.


The participation is completely voluntary. Participants can withdraw from the study anytime without reasons and adverse consequences.


Should you have any enquires about the study, please contact us (info@jcthplus.org). Should you have any enquires about the rights of research participants, please contact the Joint Chinese University of Hong Kong – New Territories East Cluster Clinical Research Ethics Committee 3505 3935 / crec@cuhk.edu.hk).


If you agree to join the study and understand the following: