The role of the school nurse in supporting school-age children with mental health difficulties: an integrative review
An integrative review methodology was identified as an appropriate systematic strategy given the paucity of literature on this topic and utility of qualitative data to the research question...
The mental health crisis is costing Wales over £7.2 billion per year (Mental Health Foundation, 2016), including both health-care costs and welfare expenses, with mental health reasons accountable for...
The initial data extraction process resulted in 796 articles. Of these, 583 appeared in Scopus, 106 in ProQuest, 38 in Cinahl and 69 in Medline. Once duplicates were removed, 690 articles remained....
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