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Gonçalves, M. & Moleiro, C. (2013). Surveying concepts and primary strategies of action in adolescent mental health. Transcultural. V (1), 37-53
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M. D. Brito and C. M. Moleiro,  "Surveying concepts and primary strategies of action in adolescent mental health", in Transcultural, vol. V, no. 1, pp. 37-53, 2013
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@article{brito2013_1660401887656,
	author = "Gonçalves, M. and Moleiro, C.",
	title = "Surveying concepts and primary strategies of action in adolescent mental health",
	journal = "Transcultural",
	year = "2013",
	volume = "V",
	number = "1",
	pages = "37-53",
	url = "http://www.psitranscultural.pt/publicacoes.html#revista"
}
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TY  - JOUR
TI  - Surveying concepts and primary strategies of action in adolescent mental health
T2  - Transcultural
VL  - V
IS  - 1
AU  - Gonçalves, M.
AU  - Moleiro, C.
PY  - 2013
SP  - 37-53
SN  - 1645-9555
UR  - http://www.psitranscultural.pt/publicacoes.html#revista
AB  - According to WHO (2005), barriers to care for the mental health needs of children
and adolescents exist in all countries and at all levels. Barriers identified as most
important include (among others) financial and geographical inaccessibility and
stigma. However, the extent of these barriers is still unclear from the perspective of
the adolescents. Moreover, migrants and ethnic minorities may perceive more and
stronger barriers. An international research team, from Switzerland, Brazil and Portugal,
has developed a project that seeks to answer this question with the study AMHC
Access to Mental Health Care, initiated in Switzerland in 2004. A survey on concepts
and primary strategies of action in adolescent mental health was developed and conducted
among children aged 12-16, including migrants and ethnic minorities. In this
paper data from Portugal will be presented. Findings of 106 students (17,9% with
migrant background) and 56 caregivers show that stereotypes and stigma continue to
be the biggest perceived barriers to the access to mental health care, similarly to
those found Switzerland and Brazil. Preventive and intervention strategies in the
school setting are therefore discussed.
ER  -