Russian adolescent mental health in 2002, 2015 and during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021

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Background – Adolescent mental health is a global concern, however, time trends and the COVID-19-related restrictions vary across countries. This study examined changes in adolescent mental health and substance use in Russia between 2002, 2015 and during the pandemic in 2021.

Authors; Helena R. Slobodskaya, Margarita V. Safronova, Irina I. Kharchenko, Ekaterina V. Rezun, Olga S. Kornienko

First published: 26 July 2022

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