The RWS consortium is proud to present results from the Swedish team!
In the first article, we focus on describing the trial in Sweden, aiming to investigate an intervention comprising two programmes: Teaching Recovery Techniques (TRT) and In-service Teacher Training (INSETT), delivered in a school setting, among refugee youth. Do you want to know more? Read the full article open access here.
In the second article, we focus on exploring how schools can be engaged in research evaluating school-based mental health interventions for refugee youth. Do you want to know more? Read the full article open access here.
Finally, in the third article, we investigate what Swedish teachers believe is the role of schools and teachers in supporting refugee youths’ mental health. Do you want to know more? Read the full article open access here.
This short summary is based on the abstracts of the following publications:
Durbeej, N., McDiarmid, S., Sarkadi, A., Feldman, I., Punamäki, R. L., Kankaanpää, R., Andersen, A., Hilden, P. K., Verelst, A., Derluyn, I., & Osman, F. (2021). Evaluation of a school-based intervention to promote mental health of refugee youth in Sweden (The RefugeesWellSchool Trial): study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial. Trials, 22(1), 1-13.
Warner, G., Osman, F., McDiarmid, S., & Sarkadi, A. (2021). Giving schools a nudge: can behavioural insights improve recruitment of schools to randomised controlled trials?. BMC Research Notes, 14(1), 1-5.
McDiarmid, S., Durbeej, N., Sarkadi, A., & Osman, F. (2021). Schools’ and teachers’ roles and challenges in supporting the mental wellbeing of refugee youths: a qualitative study with Swedish teachers. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 17(1), 1-15, 2007568.