Strategies to Improve Mental Health Care for Children and Adolescents
Project Summary Title and Description
- Strategies to Improve Mental Health Care for Children and Adolescents
- To increase knowledge about the effectiveness of quality improvement (QI), implementation, and dissemination strategies that seek to improve the mental health care of children and adolescents; to examine harms associated with these strategies; and to determine whether effectiveness or harms vary in subgroups based on system, organizational, practitioner, or patient characteristics.
- Authors of Report
- Methodology description
- Systematic Review
- Data entered prospectively
- Funding Source
- 1. What is the effectiveness of dissemination, implementation, and quality improvement (D/I/QI) strategies employed in outpatient settings by health care providers, organizations, or systems that care for children and adolescents with mental health problems to improve (a) intermediate patient, provider, or system outcomes and (b) final health or patient-centered outcomes?
- 2. What are the harms of these D/I/QI mental health strategies?
- 3. Do characteristics of the child or adolescent or contextual factors (e.g., characteristics of providers, organizations, or systems; intervention characteristics, setting; or process) modify the effectiveness or harms of D/I/QI mental health strategies and, if so, how?
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