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HTA - 14/157/06

Improving the mental health of children and young people with long term conditions: Linked evidence syntheses

Project title: Improving the mental health of children and young people with long term conditions: Linked evidence syntheses

Call to action: 14/157 14/157 Improving the mental health of children and young people with long term conditions

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Professor Joanna Thompson-CoonORCID logo

Lead Author: Dr Darren MooreORCID logo

Contractor: University of Exeter

Cost: £283,919.67

Co-investigators: Dr Darren MooreORCID logo, Dr Erin WalkerORCID logo, Dr Penny TitmanORCID logo, Dr Ruth GarsideORCID logo, Dr Sophie BennettORCID logo, Mrs Morwenna RogersORCID logo, Professor Chris DickensORCID logo, Professor Isobel HeymanORCID logo, Professor Obioha UkoumunneORCID logo, Professor Rob AndersonORCID logo, Professor Roz ShafranORCID logo, Professor Russell VinerORCID logo, Professor Tamsin FordORCID logo.

Started: January 2016 | Status: Published May 2019

PROSPERO registration: CRD42015027353

Although this study showed that CBT may be beneficial for some young people with long-term conditions, the evidence is limited and further research would be valuable.

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