Can video interventions be used to effectively destigmatize mental illness among young people? A systematic review.

@article{Janouskov2017CanVI,
  title={Can video interventions be used to effectively destigmatize mental illness among young people? A systematic review.},
  author={Miroslava Janous̆kov{\'a} and Eva Tu{\vs}kov{\'a} and Aneta Weissov{\'a} and P Tran{\vc}{\'i}k and Jiř{\'i} Pasz and Sara Evans-Lacko and Petr Winkler},
  journal={European psychiatry : the journal of the Association of European Psychiatrists},
  year={2017},
  volume={41},
  pages={
          1-9
        }
}
Video is considered to be an effective, easy to use tool employed in anti-stigma interventions among young people. Mass media has been shown to be effective for reducing stigma; however, there is insufficient evidence to determine the destigmatization effects of videos specifically. This article systematically reviews the effectiveness of video intervention in reducing stigma among young people between 13 and 25 years. We searched 13 electronic databases including randomized controlled trials… CONTINUE READING
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