Depression In Youth Mental Health

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In this article, the authors: Terrance V. McCann, Dan I. Lubman wanted to achieve the goal of this study, by evaluating young people with depression and their satisfaction with the quality of care they receive from a primary care youth mental health service: a qualitive study. Understanding this study is important because it will help with the appropriate primary care and early intervention for young people who suffers from depression and other mental health issues. The results will not only help improve faculty employer’s interactions and care for these youths, but it would also provide future re-engagement and help those with mental health problems to recover and live healthier lives.
Depression is very common and critical amongst our
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These methods are used to better understand when something in the analysis is not understood or and how things can occur and change. However, the questions the authors wanted to know from these young people who suffer from depression/ or other mental health issues are: How satisfied are they with the quality care given at this primary care service for mental Health problems? What do the mental health professionals do? Do they help them with their depression or any other mental issues they may have? Do they make it difficult for them? How satisfied are they with the overall services? In this study, there are twenty- six participants, who are an average age 18 yrs. There were three-overlapping themes, the researchers wanted to know in this study; if the clinicians in this primary care were supportive? Were these clinicians in these primary care services approachable? Were they understanding? Non- judgmental? This study wants to evaluate not only the satisfaction, but also a way to help facilitate recovery from depression. Or any other recovery from mental health problems they may suffer from. Some ethical standard guidelines were followed. The research study was approved by a university and by a health service ethic committee. Raw data was used and the young participant’s

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