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Title: Enhancing Resilience and Mental Health of Children and Adolescents by integrated School- and Family-based Approaches, with a Special Focus on Developing Countries: A Narrative Review and Call for Action
Authors: Basu, Debasish
NAGPAL, SUGANDHA
Mutiso, Victoria
Ndetei, David M
Lauwrens, Zelna
Hadfield, Kristin
Singh, Shubnum
Bhui, Kamaldeep S
Keywords: Global mental health
Adolescent mental heath
Resilience
Issue Date: 21-Mar-2020
Publisher: World Social Psychiatry
Citation: Basu, D.; Nagpal,S. & others (2020) Enhancing Resilience and Mental Health of Children and Adolescents by integrated School- and Family-based Approaches, with a Special Focus on Developing Countries: A Narrative Review and Call for Action. World Social Psychiatry, 2(1), pp.17-19.
Abstract: Global mental health (GMH) is important for sustainable futures, but neglected, especially in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Child and adolescent mental heath (CAMH) is one of the essential components of GMH. CAMH is influenced by several factors and at several levels, of which resilience to adversity or stress is an integral component. In this narrative review, we first explore the concept of individual and family resilience (FR) and then review various resilience promoting interventions at school and family/community settings across the world but with a special focus on published research arising from LMICs. Resilience has been traditionally conceptualized at the individual level, but FR is also very important, especially in LMICs where there are severe resource constraints.
URI: http://www.worldsocpsychiatry.org/article.asp?issn=WKMP-0196;year=2020;volume=2;issue=1;spage=7;epage=19;aulast=Basu;type=0
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