In this project, we seek to combine the data from the 1-year Copperation after Divorce randomized controlled trial with data from the Danish health registers. In doing so, we seek to examine whether intervention participation result in fewer
- Depression and anxiety diagnoses as classified by ICD codes
- Sleep, depression, and anxiety medication prescriptions
- Doctor visits and hospitalizations
- Less long-term sick leave.
Additionally, the project will seek to uncover whether the intervention effects of the digital solution on the specified outcomes (1-4 above) is moderated by sociodemographic variables (gender, age, income, educational level) and/or divorce related characteristics (former marriage duration, reasons for divorce, divorce initiator status, new partner status, divorce conflict levels).