Publication - Research and analysis

Exploring the reported worsening of mental wellbeing among adolescent girls in Scotland

Published: 19 Apr 2019
Part of:
Children and families, Health and social care
ISBN:
9781787816886

Findings from a rapid literature review exploring trends in adolescent wellbeing in Scotland and contributing factors.

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Exploring the reported worsening of mental wellbeing among adolescent girls in Scotland
References

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