‘Review: Interventions addressing loneliness amongst university students: a systematic review’.
Open Access paper from our CAMH journal
Background – Loneliness is detrimental to mental health, with university students at higher risk of feeling lonely than other population groups. However, little research has explored interventions to reduce loneliness among students. This review identifies the characteristics and effectiveness of interventions targeting university/college students.
ACAMH members should follow this link:
- Podcast ‘Interventions addressing loneliness amongst university students’ with Olivia Ellard, Christina Dennison, and Assistant Professor Helena Tuomainen