Special Issue published: WHO World Mental Health International College Student Initiative

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Recently, a special issue focusing on the WHO World Mental Health International College Student initiative and its research findings was published in the renown International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research. Researchers associated with the Protect Lab have contributed substantially to this special issue, with four first-authored and an additional five co-authored articles:

  • Introduction to the special issue: The WHO World Mental Health International College Student (WMH‐ICS) initiative The World Health Organization World Mental Health International College Student initiative: An overview
  • Barriers of mental health treatment utilization among first‐year college students: First cross‐national results from the WHO World Mental Health International College Student Initiative
  • Internet interventions for mental health in university students: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
  • Increasing intentions to use mental health services among university students. Results of a pilot randomized controlled trial within the World Health Organization’s World Mental Health International College Student Initiative
  • Mental disorder comorbidity and suicidal thoughts and behaviors in the World Health Organization World Mental Health Surveys International College Student initiative
  • The role impairment associated with mental disorder risk profiles in the WHO World Mental Health International College Student Initiative
  • Efficacy of an unguided internet‐based self‐help intervention for social anxiety disorder in university students: A randomized controlled trial
  • Lifetime and 12‐month treatment for mental disorders and suicidal thoughts and behaviors among first year college students

The entire special issue is openly accessible through this link.