Online HOPE Intervention on Mental Health Literacy Among Youths in Singapore: An RCT Protocol

2020-02-16 17:40:47 | BioPortfolio


The author developed the HOPE intervention based on a systematic review (Tay, Tay, & Klainin‐Yobas, 2018). The overall aim of the study is to test the effectiveness of the online HOPE intervention in enhancing mental health literacy, depression literacy, psychological well-being and in reducing stress among youths aged 18 - 24 living in Singapore.


The study will be a two-group, parallel randomized control trial (RCT), with a pre-test, post-test and repeated, control group design.

he overall aim of the study is to test the effectiveness of the online HOPE intervention in enhancing mental health literacy, on depression literacy, psychological well-being and in reducing stress among youths aged 18 - 24 living in Singapore.

Study Design


Mental Health Literacy


Online HOPE intervention


Not yet recruiting


National University, Singapore

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