PROTOCOL: Social interventions to improve well-being of people with mental disorders: Global evidence and gap map
Campbell Systematic Reviews
Introduction: Mental illnesses play a role in poor health outcomes. Mental health is just as vital as physical health for an individual's total well-being. Alterations in mental health can have a significant impact on all aspects of life, including school or work performance, relationships with family and friends, and community participation. As a result, we would like to provide an overview of psychosocial interventions that are available to improve the well-being of people with mental health conditions and map available studies on the effectiveness of interventions provided in framework. Methods: This Evidence Gap Map will feature systematic reviews of the effects of interventions and effectiveness studies that used either: (a) randomised experimental design, or (b) rigorous quasi-experimental design, (c) natural experiments, (d) regression discontinuity, (e) propensity score matching, (f) difference in difference, (g) instrumental variables, (h) and other matching design, (I) Single subject design. We will include qualitative studies, relevant working papers will also be included. Also, language restricted to english from any country will be reviewed for inclusion. Electronic Search will be conducted with the help of a relevant databases in our area of study. Outcomes: Will be focused mainly on the basis of community-based Rehabilitation matrix adapted from the comprehensive mental health action plan, 2013-2020.
Dsouza, Sherize M.; Saran, Ashrita; and Krishnan, Jisha B., "PROTOCOL: Social interventions to improve well-being of people with mental disorders: Global evidence and gap map" (2021). Open Access archive. 2534.