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Using a school-based intervention to challenge stigmatizing attitudes and promote mental health in teenagers
Background: It is increasingly recognized that mental health promotion should target not just individual mental health but the negative effect of stigmatizing attitudes. Improved self-esteem may decrease the need to ...
Preschool hyperactivity specifically elevates long-term mental health risks more strongly in males than females: A prospective longitudinal study through to young adulthood
Evidence of continuities between preschool hyperactivity and adult mental health problems highlights the potential value of targeting early identification and intervention strategies. However, specific risk factors are ...
Student mental health in the healthcare professions: exploring the benefits of peer support through the Bridge Network
Purpose Student mental health is a major challenge for higher education in the twenty-first century. Students undertaking healthcare professionally affiliated courses can experience additional pressures that negatively ...