Systematic review of the effectiveness of interventions to promote mental wellbeing in primary schools Report 1 : Universal approaches which do not focus on violence or bullying Authors

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This review was undertaken to support the development of NICE guidance on promoting the mental wellbeing of children in primary education. It provides a systematic review of the published literature on the effectiveness of school based interventions that aim to promote mental wellbeing amongst children in primary education and that: take a universal approach are not primarily focused on the prevention of violence or bullying Other related reviews supporting this NICE guidance will assess the effectiveness of targeted and indicated interventions interventions that focus primarily on the prevention of violence and bullying In addition, work is being undertaken to examine the cost effectiveness of these different interventions and approaches.

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  • Amanda Kiloran

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