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Researching implementation of scalable interventions

By Louise Juul Hansen, January 18, 2019

David McDaid of London School of Economics and Political Science explains how the STRENGTHS project investigates the cost and requirements of implementing scalable interventions.

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User-centered app adaptation of a low-intensity e-mental health intervention for Syrian refugees

Open access article describing the development of the mobile mental health intervention of STRENGTHS called Step-by-Step:

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Further reading by STRENGTHS partners

Several STRENGTHS collaborators were involved in new publications that are relevant for the project:

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New book: Trauma – Flucht – Asyl: Ein interdisziplinäres Handbuch für Beratung, Betreuung und Behandlung

A German language book on mental health of refugees with trauma complaints will be available in bookshops and online as of this week. Three of the four editors are STRENGTHS collaborators: Naser Morina, Matthis Schick, and Ulrich Schnyder who are all from the University of Zurich. A quote from the foreword, written by Peter Ventevogel (UNHCR)

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