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Psychoeducational Intervention to Promote Adolescents' Mental Health Literacy in a School Context

Mental Health Literacy was defined as knowledge and beliefs about mental disorders that aid in its recognition, management or prevention. Portugal is the European country with the highest prevalence of mental illness in the population (22.9%) and anxiety disorders are the most common (16.5%). Approximately 20% of children and adolescents suffer from some mental disorder and about 8% of adolescents aged 13 to 18 years have some anxiety disorders. Portugal School Health Program 2...


The Double Burden of Malnutrition Among Adolescents in Low-income and Middle-income Countries

Individual-participant data analysis of the Global School-Based Student Health Survey and Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children surveys in 57 LMICs between 2003-2013.

Qualitative Evaluation of Therapeutic Alliance in Adolescent Psychiatry

Context: Psychiatric disorders (anorexia nervosa, depression, anxiety based school refusal) are a major public health concern in adolescence. Their treatment is a challenge for the families, the health care system and society. The treatment is complex and non-standardized. In clinical practice, the relational dimension between the stakeholders is recognized by all. Nevertheless no study has ever crossed their perspectives about therapeutic alliance in adolescent psychiatry. ...


The "Reach For Health" Program: Delaying Sexual Activity in Children

Working with multiple schools in Brooklyn, NY, this study will develop and evaluate school- and community-based strategies designed to reduce early sexual activity and risky sexual behavior in middle school-aged children. These strategies will focus on parent education, classroom health curriculum, and learning through participation in community service.

The Effects of Playing High School Football on Later Life Cognitive Functioning and Mental Health

The purpose of this study is to assess the effect of playing high school football on later in life cognitive functioning and mental health. This is an observational study that will use data from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study to compare high school football playing graduates in 1957 with comparable non-high school football playing graduates on cognitive functioning and mental health measures when participants are in their 60s.

Health Literacy and Overweight in Adolescents

Obesity in children and adolescents has become a major public health problem in recent years. In Belgium, 20% of people aged between 2 and 17 are overweight and 7% suffer from obesity. While studies often associate this overweight with socio-economic level, other factors, such as health literacy (HL), may also play a role. Among adolescents, some studies have shown an association between the level of HL and the Body Mass Index (BMI). Our study aims to investigate the associatio...

A School-Based Intervention to Improve Social Functioning

Evaluating interventions for children/adolescents with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a field that offers many challenges. Even though psychotherapeutic treatment for ADHD is recommended as the first choice in many countries (Danish Health and Medicines Authority, 2014), the evidence base for this is inconsistent and outcome specific (Sonuga-Barke et al, 2013). For instance, parent training may not have significant effects on the core Symptoms of ADHD (Daley...

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Reaching Out to Adolescents With Depression

Major Depression is one of the most common mental health disorders in adolescence and is associated with significant impairments in development and functioning. This project will rigorously test the Adolescent Collaborative Care Treatment intervention, a health services intervention designed to improve management for depressive disorders among adolescents, via a randomized controlled trial comparing the intervention to usual care. Key components of the trial include enhanced ed...

Psychosocial Outcomes and Transition Readiness in Uveitis

It is widely acknowledged that the transition from paediatric to adult health services should be a multidimensional and multidisciplinary process that addresses the medical, psychosocial, and educational needs of adolescents and young adults (AYA). Despite this, there is currently a scarcity of research examining the relationships between psychosocial factors (e.g., anxiety, social support) and transition readiness in AYA with uveitis. This study therefore aims to examine the r...

Mindfulness as a Method of Improving the Well-being, Quality of Life and Health of Primary School Pupils

This study evaluates the short and long-term effect of 5-10 minutes daily mindfulness and compassion training in school among children aged between 6-16 years old. The mindfulness intervention will last for 10 weeks and the results will be compared to children who do not perform mindfulness in school. Due to practical reasons, the study is not randomized; classes are instead placed in the mindfulness or control group. Anxiety, mental, physical and social health, quality of life...

Mobile Coach for Parents of Children and Adolescents With Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is estimated to affect 20% to 35% of children and adolescents around the world, and is associated with increased risk of anxiety and depression among children and adolescents, as well as coping challenges, anxiety, depression, and anger in their parents. For parents, learning to manage stress is critical, as parents play a significant role in a child's experience of pain. Parental behaviors such as over-involvement, solicitousness and rejection are associated with ...

High School Start Time and Teen Migraine Frequency

Migraine is common in adolescents and can cause missed school and disability. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that high schools start no earlier than 8:30 AM in order to accommodate the physiologic needs of adolescents—whose brains naturally want to fall asleep later and wake up later and who still need to get at least 8 hours of sleep per night to function optimally—however, only about 18% of US high schools comply with this AAP recommendation. There i...

Interpersonal Counseling (IPC) for Treatment of Depression in Adolescents

The aim of this cluster randomized trial is to investigate whether the brief, 1+6 session psychosocial intervention, Interpersonal Counseling (IPC) is more effective than standard professional treatment (ST) in the treatment of mild or moderate depression among 12 to 17-year-old adolescents in services provided by school health care and counseling professionals (school nurses, school psychologists and school social workers). The clients are identified from the pool of adolescen...

Home Based Treatment for Drug Use in Early Adolescents

This study will compare two programs to see if they are helpful in preventing the use of substances in adolescents with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), or conduct disorder (CD). One of the programs involves working with adolescents and their parent(s) in their home. The other program involves working with adolescents and their parent(s) in an office setting.

Deconditioning in Transplant

The purpose of this feasibility study is to test the potential for successful implementation of an intervention designed to study the effect of six hours out of bed time on the overall level of deconditioning in pediatric stem cell transplant (SCT) patients. Previous research has demonstrated that deconditioning occurs rapidly over the course of the hospitalization post-transplant and can negatively impact quality of life. By encouraging patients to be out of bed for six hours ...

Psycho-social Support on Mental Health and Hope of Adolescents Affected by Earthquake in Nepal

Adolescents are prone to mental health problems such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression which could become worse in the aftermath of disasters. However, hope can help adolescents cope with the challenges better. For resource poor disaster prone settings, school teachers can provide timely psycho-social support that could improve mental health and hope among adolescents. Nepal is a disaster prone country that faced a devastating earthquake in 2015 that clai...

Stress Reduction: A Pilot Study With Adolescents

This study will evaluate the feasibility of providing an onsite mindfulness intervention, delivered as part of the school health curriculum, to help high school-attending adolescents cope with stress.

Effectiveness of School-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Preventing Depression in Young Adolescents

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of the Penn Resiliency Program, a school-based cognitive behavioral depression prevention program for young adolescents.

Prevention of School Dropout for Mexican American Adolescents

The purpose of this study is to test the efficacy of a family-based psychosocial intervention to prevent school disengagement and reduce the incidence of depression, conduct disorders, and school dropout for Mexican American adolescents.

School Based Health Promotion Program in Secondary Schools

The purpose of the study is to determine whether a school based health promotion program in secondary schools is effective with respect to an increase of physical activity, physical fitness and health.

Mental Health Intervention for Black Fathers

The purpose of this study is to examine the feasibility of implementing a mental health intervention, using individual and group Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), embedded into Fathers for a Lifetime; an existing parenting program for fathers. The study will also assess the mental health status and daily functioning of fathers participating in the intervention and comparison arms. The mental health treatments available for parents focused on prevention and treatment of mothers ...

The Impact of Mobile Technology on Clinical Outcomes in Children and Adolescents With Type 1 Diabetes

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a simple text message reminder sent to the parent of an child/adolescent with Type 1 Diabetes(or parent and adolescent) is effective in helping the individual(or parent) become more compliant with self-managing the Type 1 Diabetes (T1D). There will be 5 arms: text message sent to parents of children age 8-12 years old with T1D, text messages sent to parents of adolescents ,age 13-18 years old, with T1D,text messages sent to pare...

West Philadelphia Controls Asthma

This project uses community health workers (CHW) or lay health educators to implement asthma interventions that have been proven to work in the primary care setting and in schools. The objective is to integrate the home, school, healthcare system, and community for 600 school-aged asthmatic children in West Philadelphia through use of CHWs. The children enrolled in the study will be randomized to one of four groups including: primary care CHW, school CHW, primary care and scho...

Peer Education Program for HIV/AIDS Related Sexual Behaviors of Secondary School Students

Worldwide, about 50% of all new cases of HIV occur in youth between age 15 and 24 years. Studies in various countries show that both out of school and in school adolescents and youth are engaged in risky sexual behaviors. Peer-based interventions have become a common method to effect important health-related behavior changes and address the HIV/AIDS pandemic. This study therefore aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of peer education in improving HIV knowledge, attitude, and pre...

Reducing LGBTI Adolescent Suicide

Reducing youth suicide in the U.S. is a national public health priority. Sexual and gender minority adolescents are at elevated risk for suicide. Safer school environments, however, can decrease this risk. This study capitalizes on the critical role of school nurses in improving the mental health of this vulnerable population through implementation and sustainment of evidence-based strategies to enhance school environments. In addition to suicide, the conceptual framework and m...


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