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Common Elements of Childhood Prevention

Common Elements of Childhood Prevention

This article highlights the findings of an analysis of the common elements of childhood universal mental health prevention programming

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Design process and protocol description for a multi-problem mental health intervention within a stepped care approach for adolescents in India

Design process and protocol description for a multi-problem mental health intervention within a stepped care approach for adolescents in India

This paper documents the collaborative design of a mental health intervention for adolescents in India with anxiety, depression, or anger-related concerns.

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Knowing What To Do and When To Do It: Mental Health Professionals and the Evidence Base for Treatment Engagement

Knowing What To Do and When To Do It: Mental Health Professionals and the Evidence Base for Treatment Engagement

In this mixed-methods study, we examined whether mental health professionals reported using any solutions from the evidence base and, if so, the extent to which these procedures fit the engagement challenges they encountered.

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Using relevance mapping methodology to design an adolescent mental health intervention in India

Using relevance mapping methodology to design an adolescent mental health intervention in India

This manuscript illustrates the process of identifying candidate practices for inclusion in the development of a protocol for adolescents in India.

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Applications of translation and implementation science to community psychology: An introduction to a special issue

Applications of translation and implementation science to community psychology: An introduction to a special issue

This manuscript introduces concepts of dissemination and implementation science useful to community psychology.

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Development of a transdiagnostic, low-intensity, psychological intervention for common adolescent mental health problems in Indian secondary schools

Development of a transdiagnostic, low-intensity, psychological intervention for common adolescent mental health problems in Indian secondary schools

This paper describes the development of a low-intensity, first-line component of the PRIDE model, a programme that aims to establish a suite of transdiagnostic psychological interventions organised around a stepped care system in Indian secondary schools.

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Provider perceptions about engaging underserved populations in community mental health services

Provider perceptions about engaging underserved populations in community mental health services

This study explored mental health professionals' perceptions about barriers and facilitators to engaging underserved populations. Results revealed that many professionals endorsed barriers to engaging ethnic minorities and families receiving social services.

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Decision-making in mental health care: Measuring provider and supervisor use of evidence

Decision-making in mental health care: Measuring provider and supervisor use of evidence

This study piloted an observational coding system for understanding providers and supervisors' use of evidence in their clinical decision-making.

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A pilot study to examine the feasibility and acceptability of a coordinated intervention design to address treatment engagement challenges in school mental health services

A pilot study to examine the feasibility and acceptability of a coordinated intervention design to address treatment engagement challenges in school mental health services

This pilot study examined the feasibility, acceptability, and initial implementation outcomes of a coordinated knowledge system designed to support the efforts of school mental health professionals to address treatment engagement challenges.

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A systematic review of prevention programs targeting depression, anxiety, and stress in university students

A systematic review of prevention programs targeting depression, anxiety, and stress in university students

This review examined effective (i.e., outcome-producing) prevention programs targeting depression, anxiety, and/or stress in university students. Programs could be delivered in a group-based, online/computer-delivered, or self-administered format and at the universal, selective, or indicated prevention level.

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“Teaching Moments” in Psychotherapy: Addressing Emergent Life Events Using Strategies From a Modular Evidence-Based Treatment

“Teaching Moments” in Psychotherapy: Addressing Emergent Life Events Using Strategies From a Modular Evidence-Based Treatment

This study examined the extent to which emergent life events could be appropriately addressed using existing evidence=based treatment strategies.

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Forty years of Engagement Research in Children’s Mental Health Services:  Multidimensional Measurement and Practice Elements.

Forty years of Engagement Research in Children’s Mental Health Services: Multidimensional Measurement and Practice Elements.

The purpose of this study was to synthesize the engagement literature using a multidimensional measurement framework to identify practice elements that are associated with improved engagement.

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