Cooperation after divorce

Cooperation after divorce is a digital tool developed in Denmark. The purpose is to decrease mental illness that may arise during divorce.

SBU Enquiry Service

Consists of structured literature searches to highlight studies that can address questions received by the SBU Enquiry Service from Swedish healthcare or social service providers. We assess the risk of bias in systematic reviews and when needed also quality and transferability of results in health economic studies. Relevant references are compiled by an SBU staff member, in consultation with an external expert when needed.

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What scientific studies are there on the digital tool “Cooperation after divorce”?

Identified literature

No relevant systematic review was identified but 1 primary study, reported in four articles were identified [1-4]. The primary studies were not assessed for risk of bias


  1. Cipric A, Strizzi JM, Øverup CS, Lange T, Štulhofer A, Sander S, et al. Cooperation after Divorce: An RCT Study of the Effects of a Digital Intervention Platform on Self-Perceived Stress. Psicosoc Interv. 2020;29(2):113-23.
  2. Hald GM, Ciprić A, Øverup CS, Štulhofer A, Lange T, Sander S, et al. Randomized controlled trial study of the effects of an online divorce platform on anxiety, depression, and somatization. J Fam Psychol. 2020;34(6):740-51. Available from: Epub 2020 Feb 20.
  3. Sander S, Hald GM, Cipric A, Øverup CS, Strizzi JM, Gad Kjeld S, et al. A Randomised Controlled Trial Study of the Effects of a Digital Divorce Platform on Mental and Physical Health. Appl Psychol Health Well Being. 2020;12(3):863-86. Available from: Epub 2020 Aug 7.
  4. Øverup CS, Ciprić A, Gad Kjeld S, Strizzi JM, Sander S, Lange T, et al. Cooperation after divorce: A randomized controlled trial of an online divorce intervention on hostility. Psychol Violence. 2020;10(6):604-14.
Published: 1/10/2022 Report no: ut202201 Registration no: SBU 2021/362
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