What works for mental health problems in youth? Survey of real-world experiences of treatments and side effects
Amy J Morgan, Anna M Ross, Marie BH Yap, Nicola J Reavley, Alexandra Parker, Magenta B Simmons, Faye Scanlan, Anthony F Jorm
EARLY INTERVENTION IN PSYCHIATRY | WILEY | Published : 2020
Despite youth being the most common age group for onset of mental disorders, there is less knowledge on the benefits and harms of treatments in young people. In addition, efficacy data from randomized controlled trials may not generalize to how treatment works outside of research settings. This study aimed to investigate young people's perceived effectiveness of different treatments for mental health problems, the professionals who delivered these, and the experience of negative effects.
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Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council Australia
C.R. Roper Fellowship; National Health and Medical Research Council Australia Fellowship, Grant/Award Number: 566529