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Living systematic review of mental health in COVID-19, The DEPRESSD Project

Source
The DEPRESSD Project
Year of publication
2021
Abstract

Living systematic reviews are systematic reviews that are continually updated and provide ongoing access to results via online publication. They are logistically challenging, but would be expected to provide value beyond conventional systematic reviews in situations where (1) important decisions need to be made that merit the resources involved; (2) the certainty in existing evidence is low or very low, posing a barrier to decision-making; and (3) there is likely to be new research evidence emerging that would inform decisions. This is precisely the situation in COVID-19.

The objectives of our planned living systematic review are to evaluate (1) changes in mental health symptoms among the same participants from pre-COVID or across delineated events during COVID-19 (e.g., outbreak announcement versus peak, peak restrictions on movement versus post-restrictions); (2) factors associated with levels or changes in symptoms during COVID-19, and (3) the effect of interventions on mental health symptoms during COVID-19.


Date added
04/05/2021
Created by
Sarah Stones
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health