Cooperation after Divorce: Register Study

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

  1. Depression and anxiety diagnoses as classified by ICD codes
  2.  Sleep, depression, and anxiety medication prescriptions
  3. Doctor visits and hospitalizations
  4. 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).

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