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  • Authors Rehana A Salam, Philippa Middleton, Maria Makrides, Vivian Welch, Michelle Gaffey, Simon Cousens, Zulfiqar Bhutta
  • Published date 2018-06-12
  • Coordinating group(s) International Development
  • Type of document Title Protocol
  • Title Mass deworming for soil-transmitted helminths and schistosomiasis among pregnant women: a systematic review and individual participant data meta-analysis

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  • Authors Benjamin Kachero, Ekwaro A. Obuku, Josephine Watera, Roland Bless Taremwa, Rashid Nguma Adrama
  • Published date 2018-06-07
  • Coordinating group(s) Crime and Justice
  • Type of document Title
  • Title Effectiveness of alternative dispute resolutions in improving case disposal in the judicial system in low- and middle-income countries

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  • Authors Eddie Chaplin, Jane McCarthy, Debbie Spain, Barry Tolchard, Sally Hardy, Karina Marshall-Tate, Andrew Forrester
  • Published date 2018-06-07
  • Coordinating group(s) Crime and Justice
  • Type of document Title
  • Title Screening for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and intellectual disability in the criminal justice system

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  • Authors David B. Wilson, Iain Brennan, Ajima Olaghere
  • Published date 2018-06-01
  • Coordinating group(s) Crime and Justice
  • Type of document Title Protocol Review Plain language summary
  • Volume 14
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  • PLS Title Police-led diversion of low-risk youth reduces their future contact with the justice system
  • PLS Description Youth misconduct and misbehavior is a normal part of adolescence and that misbehavior sometimes crosses the line from disruptive or problematic to delinquent. Nationally representative surveys of youth in the USA have indicated that minor delinquent behavior is normative, particularly for boys. The normative nature of minor delinquent behavior raises the question of how police should respond to minor delinquent behavior in a way that is corrective, but also avoids involving the youth in the criminal justice system beyond what will be effective in reducing future misbehavior. Police diversion schemes are a collection of strategies police can apply as an alternative to court processing of youth. Diversion as an option is popular among law enforcement officers, as it provides an option between ignoring youth engaged in minor wrongdoing and formally charging such youth with a crime. Police-led diversion has the potential to to reduce reoffending by limiting the exposure of low-risk youth to potentially harmful effects of engagement with the criminal justice system. This review examined whether police-led diversion and traditional processing of youth have different effects on rates of official delinquency.
  • Title Police-initiated diversion for youth to prevent future delinquent behavior

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  • Authors Martin Bøg, Trine Filges, Anne Marie Klint Jørgensen
  • Published date 2018-06-01
  • Coordinating group(s) Education, Social Welfare
  • Type of document Title Protocol Review Plain language summary Other Data
  • Volume 14
  • Category Image Category Image
  • PLS Title Deployment to military operations negatively affects the mental health functioning of deployed military personnel
  • PLS Description When military personnel are deployed to military operations abroad they face an increased risk of physical harm, and an increased risk of adverse shocks to their mental health. The primary condition under consideration is deployment to an international military operation. Deployment to a military operation is not a uniform condition; rather, it covers a range of scenarios. Military deployment is defined as performing military service in an operation at a location outside the home country for a limited time period, pursuant to orders. The review included studies that reported outcomes for individuals who had been deployed. This review looked at the effect of deployment on mental health outcomes. The mental health outcomes are: post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), major depressive disorder (MDD), common mental disorders (depression, anxiety and somatisation disorders) and substance-related disorders. By identifying the major effects of deployment on mental health and quantifying these effects, the review can inform policy development on deployment and military activity as well as post-deployment support for veterans. In this way the review enables decision-makers to prioritise key areas.
  • Title Deployment of personnel to military operations: impact on mental health and social functioning

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  • Authors Niklas Frewel, Rossella Barilli, Fabio Massei, Lorenzo Avanzi
  • Published date 2018-05-31
  • Coordinating group(s) Business and Management
  • Type of document Title
  • Title Outcomes of workplace coaching for individuals and organizations

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  • Authors Rossella Barilli, Niklas Frewel, Fabio Massei, Jonny Gifford
  • Published date 2018-05-31
  • Coordinating group(s) Business and Management
  • Type of document Title
  • Title Psychological empowerment and performance in the workplace

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  • Authors Christine Mathew, Oreen Mendonca et al.
  • Published date 2018-05-29
  • Coordinating group(s) Social Welfare
  • Type of document Title
  • Title Interventions to improve physical health, mental health, and social outcomes for homeless and vulnerably housed populations

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  • Authors Joseph Betts, Sharon Dawe, Elizabeth Eggins, Doug Shelton, Haydn Till, Paul Harnett
  • Published date 2018-05-29
  • Coordinating group(s) Social Welfare
  • Type of document Title
  • Title Psychological interventions for improving executive functions in children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

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  • Authors Alexandra G. Zoller, Erin Flynn, Kevin Morris
  • Published date 2018-05-29
  • Coordinating group(s) Social Welfare
  • Type of document Title
  • Title Animal-assisted interventions for improving engagement in mental health services
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