Conceptual measurement framework for help-seeking for mental health problems

@inproceedings{Rickwood2012ConceptualMF,
  title={Conceptual measurement framework for help-seeking for mental health problems},
  author={Debra Rickwood and Kerry A Thomas},
  booktitle={Psychology research and behavior management},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Despite a high level of research, policy, and practice interest in help-seeking for mental health problems and mental disorders, there is currently no agreed and commonly used definition or conceptual measurement framework for help-seeking. METHODS A systematic review of research activity in the field was undertaken to investigate how help-seeking has been conceptualized and measured. Common elements were used to develop a proposed conceptual measurement framework. RESULTS The… CONTINUE READING
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