Mariela Loreto Lara Cabrera
Background and activities
PhD in clinical medicine NTNU, MHSc, RN.
Researcher at Tiller CMHC and NTNU. Main research areas are patient education, patient activation and shared decison making in community mental health services.
Research at St. Olavs University Hospital, Division of Psychiatry, dep. of Research and Development, Trondheim, Norway.
Working on 4 investigations (4 RCTs* and 1 qualitative study) on the effects of different interventions designed to improve patient activation, user involvement, patient participation and shared decision making in mental health services.
*For more information on Clinical trials.gov, registration no: NCT0097265, NCT01601587, NCT01796223 and NCT03337425.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2020) Assessment of shared decision-making in community mental health care : validation of the CollaboRATE. International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology. vol. 20 (3).
- (2020) A combined individual and group-based stabilization and skill training intervention versus treatment as usual for patients with long lasting posttraumatic reactions receiving outpatient treatment in specialized mental health care – a study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials. vol. 21 (1).
- (2020) Psychometric properties of the Five-item World Health Organization Well-being Index used in mental health services : protocol for a systematic review. Journal of Advanced Nursing. vol. 76 (9).
- (2020) Patient-reported well-being : psychometric properties of the world health organization well-being index in specialised community mental health settings. Psychiatry Research. vol. 291 (September).
- (2020) Effects of a peer co-facilitated educational programme for parents of children with ADHD: a feasibility randomised controlled trial protocol. BMJ Open.
- (2020) Cognitive behavioural group therapy versus mindfulness-based stress reduction group therapy for intimate partner violence: a randomized controlled trial. BMC Psychiatry. vol. 20 (1).
- (2019) Does the working alliance mediate the effect of routine outcome monitoring (ROM) and alliance feedback on psychotherapy outcomes? A secondary analysis from a randomized clinical trial. Journal of Counseling Psychology. vol. 66 (2).
- (2019) Cognitive behavioural group therapy for male perpetrators of intimate partner violence: a systematic review. BMC Psychiatry. vol. 19.
- (2019) Psychoeducational Groups versus Waitlist in Treatment of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity/Impulsivity Disorder (ADHD) in Adults: A Protocol for a Pilot Randomized Waitlist-Controlled Multicenter Trial. BMC Pilot and Feasibility Studies.
- (2018) The effects of routine outcome monitoring (ROM) on therapy outcomes in the course of an implementation process: A randomized clinical trial. Journal of Counseling Psychology. vol. 65 (5).
- (2018) The effects of a pretreatment educational group programme on mental health treatment outcomes: A randomized controlled trial. BMC Health Services Research. vol. 18:665.
- (2017) Twelve months effect of self-referral to inpatient treatment on patient activation, recovery, symptoms and functioning: A randomized controlled study. Patient Education and Counseling. vol. 100 (6).
- (2016) Short-term effects of a peer co-led educational programme delivered before mental health treatment: A randomised controlled trial. Patient Education and Counseling. vol. 99 (7).
- (2016) The effect of a brief educational programme added to mental health treatment to improve patient activation: A randomized controlled trial in community mental health centres. Patient Education and Counseling. vol. 99 (5).
- (2015) Psychometric properties of the Patient Activation Measure-13 among out-patients waiting for mental health treatment: A validation study in Norway. Patient Education and Counseling. vol. 98 (11).
- (2013) Same description, different values. How service users and providers define patient and public involvement in health care. Health Expectations. vol. 16 (3).