Paper from our CAMH journal
Background – Youth mental health challenges are an emerging and persistent global public health issue despite efforts for improvement. As part of a broader social innovation study to transform youth mental health systems, this scoping review assesses interventions that aim for systems-level changes to improve the mental well-being of transitional age youth (TAY) (15–25 years) in high-income countries.
Authors; Joseph Adu, Abe Oudshoorn, Amy Van Berkum, Romaisa Pervez, Ross Norman, Eugenia Canas, Michelle Virdee, Lily Yosieph, Arlene G. MacDougall
First published: 03 August 2022
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