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Implications for practice and research
While there is an urgent need for interventions for improving the quality of life for children whose parents have a mental illness, at present there is a paucity of rigorous evidence to guide practice.
Research is required that incorporates user-centred values, short-term and long-term child and parenting outcomes, high-quality cost data, and in-depth qualitative studies of the views of parents and children.
Intervention designs and outcome measures need to be child centred.
Given that one in five young people have a parent with a mental illness1 and that between 44% and 74% of these children are at a higher risk …
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