Ballasone,USA Croos-sectional study. More girls than boys used the SBHC for mental health support in the preceding school year Although literature exists on school health services as a whole [ 1324 - 26 ] which include comprehensive services based at schools, dedicated adolescent health services, school-linked services based at local health centers and servicing a number of schools and other outreach services there is, to our knowledge, no known existing review of the role of school-based healthcare, that is, located on the school grounds and serving the students therein.
Results Twenty-seven studies were found which fitted the criteria, of which, all but one were from North America.
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Mental health care in a high school based health service. Currently the range of what constitutes SBHC makes comparisons across a range of settings difficult. Service users were more likely to be girls and Hispanic. No significant differences were observed between users and non-users on psychosocial measures Wolk, , USA Cohort study 1, students in one Denver school Girls were significantly more likely to be frequent users than average users.
Kirby, , USA Controlled before and after study. Impact of this question views around the world.