Mental Health Literature Review

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The mental health in children in their childhood and adolescence is referred as the achievement of expected development, social, cognitive, and emotional milestones along with the establishment of effective skills while securing the attachments and positive relationships of society. The children and adolescents being healthy in terms of their mental health are found to enjoy a positive quality of life while functioning appropriately at home within the school and their communities. Different children suffer from mental health issues interfering with the development and functioning (Wei, et al., 2013; Yamaguchi, et al., 2013). The recent studies have provided that around thirty-five percent of the children in the UK fulfil the criteria for the…show more content…
For this purpose, the chapter is providing the aims of the review on the basis of the problem identified in the previous chapter. On the basis of the aims, the criteria for study selection and the inclusion criteria of studies are provided for starting the systematic review on the topic selected for this study. The discussion on the selected and reviewed studies has been provided for the readers to reflect the achievement of formulated aims of the study under…show more content…
Study Selection and Inclusion Criteria Inclusion Criteria: The inclusion criteria involve the consideration of certain aspects to select the considered study. For this systematic review, the inclusion criteria include the studies revolving around the mental health issues for school going children and adolescents and the studies reflecting the intervention strategies being implemented at schools. The studies included in the concerned systematic review also include the studies reflecting the results for the prevention and intervention strategies at schools for mental health challenges among children and adolescents. Study Selection: The studies in the systematic review are selected on the basis of the language, that is, studies in the English language are selected for the systematic review. Moreover, the selection criteria include the consideration of sample of the selected studies that the participants should be from the schools either children or adolescents or their teachers. 2.4. Prevalence of Mental Health Issues in Children and
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