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SMS CBT TLC CYP? 🤔 Does delivering cognitive behavioural therapy via text messages help improve depression in young people?

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Becky Appleton summarises a randomised controlled trial investigating the effectiveness and acceptability of text-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for improving depression in young adults.

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Young people are worried about climate change, but how do they cope?

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Trish Darcy considers a scoping review of empirical evidence on climate concerns, negative emotions and climate‐related mental illness in young people.

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Young LGBTQ+ People in Residential Social Care Face Pervasive Discrimination and Unmet Need

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Happy New Year to one and all from down here in the woodland. To start us off with a bang for 2024, we have a blog from Lizzie Furber, one of our social care elf editorial team, highlighting a scoping review that is the first of its kind in the UK. Introduction LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, [read the full story…]

Understanding maladaptive exercise in adolescence: who is at risk and why?

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Caroline Touzeau and Caitlin Lloyd blog about a recent longitudinal cohort study that investigated patterns of maladaptive exercise in young people, which supports “re-framing motivations for exercise in youth away from weight loss at a population level”.

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How do unaccompanied children cope with the experience of forced migration?

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Sophie Large explores an qualitative research study that looks into young refugees experiences of coping after experiencing unaccompanied forced migration.

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Mouthguard wearing and athletic performance

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This review assessing the impact of wearing a mouthguard on athletic performance included 41 studies involving 852 athletes. While the findings suggest some potential benefits for athletic performance the included studies are small, very hetrogeneous with only 7 studies being at low risk of bias. Consequently the findings should be interpreted very cautiously.

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Young people’s experiences of suicidal distress in their own words

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India Bellairs-Walsh summarise a Scottish qualitative study of young people’s lived experiences of suicide and self-harm, which explores intention, rationality and authenticity, and has many implications for practice.

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Solid/multicystic ameloblastoma – radical and conservative surgical approaches

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This review evaluating the efficacy of various radical and conservative surgical approaches in reducing recurrence rate for the treatment of solid/multicystic ameloblastoma included 7 retrospective cohort studies.The findings suggest that segmental resection was the best approach but the certainty of the evidence is low.

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The international prevalence of suicidal ideation and behaviour in youth

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Lucy Barrass summarises a systematic review published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry that explores the international prevalence of suicidal ideation and behaviour among young people across global regions.

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Are we failing Black students? Mental health of Black students at universities in the UK

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In her debut blog, Kashish Janiani Tulsiyani considers a review exploring the mental health experiences of Black students in UK universities.

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