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  • Predictors of mental health difficulties and subjective wellbeing in adolescents: a longitudinal study

    There has been considerable debate regarding whether mental health difficulties and subjective wellbeing are two distinct domains or different ends of a single mental health spectrum. This study investigates if predictors of mental health difficulties and subjective wellbeing are the same or different in a large-scale community-based sample in the United Kingdom. Authors: Lereya, S.T., Patalay, P. & Deighton, J. (2022).

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  • Factors affecting the sustainability of community mental health assets: a systematic review

    In this review, we explored the factors affecting the sustainability of community mental health assets. We conducted a systematic review of the literature using keywords based on three key terms: ‘sustainability’, ‘mental health issues’ and ‘service provision’. Authors: Moore, A., Bertotti, M., Hanafiah, A. & Hayes, D. (2022).

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  • A preliminary evaluation of Kids Matter: a community-based parenting intervention

    This study evaluated the acceptability of Kids Matter, a parenting intervention targeting parents who are struggling with financial adversity. Secondarily, the relationship between parental wellbeing and and self-efficacy was examined. The intervention led to significant improvements in parental wellbeing and self-efficacy. Improvements in parental wellbeing were significantly associated with improvements in self-efficacy. Authors: Esteban-Serna, C., Eisenstadt, M., Gardner, E. & Liverpool, S. (2022).

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