Short structured general mental health in service training programme in Kenya improves patient health and social outcomes but not detection of mental health problems - a pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial

@inproceedings{Jenkins2013ShortSG,
  title={Short structured general mental health in service training programme in Kenya improves patient health and social outcomes but not detection of mental health problems - a pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial},
  author={Rachel Jenkins and Caleb Joseph Othieno and Stephen Okeyo and Dan Owino Kaseje and Julyan Aruwa and Henry Oyugi and Paul Bassett and Felix Kauye},
  booktitle={International Journal of Mental Health Systems},
  year={2013}
}
Trial designA pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial.MethodsParticipants: Clusters were primary health care clinics on the Ministry of Health list. Clients were eligible if they were aged 18 and over. Interventions: Two members of staff from each intervention clinic received the training programme. Clients in both intervention and control clinics subsequently received normal routine care from their health workers. Objective: To examine the impact of a mental health inservice training on… CONTINUE READING

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