‘Short Research Article: RESEED – the perceived impact of an enhanced usual care model of a novel, teacher-led, task-shifting initiative for child mental health’
Paper from the CAMH journal
Task-shifted, teacher-led care may begin to bridge the child mental health care gap in low- and middle-income countries by improving mental health literacy. We explore the perceived impact of RESEED (Responding to Students’ Emotions through Education), an abbreviated version of Tealeaf (Teachers Leading the Frontlines).
Authors: Setareh Ekhteraei, Juliana L. Vanderburg, Choden Dukpa, Priscilla Giri, Surekha Bhattarai, Arpana Thapa, Catherine Shrestha, Bradley N. Gaynes, Molly M. Lamb, Michael Matergia, Christina M. Cruz
First published: 10 August 2023
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- Video Abstract ‘RESEED – the perceived impact of an enhanced usual care model of a novel, teacher-led, task-shifting initiative for child mental health’ with Setareh Ekhteraei and Choden Dukpa
- Podcast ‘Bridging the Child Mental Health Care Gap in LMICs: RESEED and Task-shifted, Teacher-led Care’ with Dr. Christina Cruz, Dr. Michael Matergia, and Priscilla Giri