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Table 1 Inclusion and exclusion criteria

From: Involvement of Indigenous young people in the design and evaluation of digital mental health interventions: a scoping review protocol

Inclusion criteria
• Minimum 50% of study participants are identified as Indigenous
• Minimum 50% of study participants are aged 10–24 years
• Studies based in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the USA
• Interventions targeting the mental health of young people (including health promotion/psycho-education, prevention/early intervention, crisis intervention/suicide prevention, treatment, recovery and mutual/peer support)
• Young people are involved in dMH design, development and/or evaluation
• Interventions delivered using Information Communication Technology (smartphone, iPad, websites, computers and other digital devices)
• Primary focus of the study is mental health problems and/or well-being outcomes, including suicidality, substance use, and smoking.
Exclusion criteria
• Not related to mental health/well-being (i.e. physical health as outcome)
• Study population outside of above culture, age and geographic parameters
• Young people are not involved in design or evaluation or are not the intended target audience of the dMH intervention
• Non-English language studies (due to limitations in time/resources)
• Studies focused on telepsychiatry via videoconferencing or telephone; without a significant engagement with apps, websites, email or other computerised systems
• Electronic health or medical records, decision support tools for clinicians, analytic services, services that primarily provide support and education to health professionals, clinical practice management software, and clinical workflow and communication software