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An issue brief written by Assistant Policy Scientists with CCRS Rebecca McColl and Erin Nescott exploring Adolescent Mental Health and the COVID-19 Pandemic has been released. Since March 2020, communities nationwide have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to the immense threat to physical health, the stress and isolation brought on by the pandemic has threatened the mental well-being of many individuals, particularly children and young adults. A high school student and community member are quoted to share what they've seen first-hand in terms of the mental health of our state's youth population. Sections include: underlying causes of mental health issues including social isolation, remote learning, screen time, health and well-being concerns, economic instability, and access to care. Similar research was completed at the closure of 2022, exploring Mental Health Revisits at US Pediatric Emergency Departments and Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Mental Health and Brain Maturation in Adolescents: Implications for Analyzing Longitudinal Data. Recommendations are made for how to prioritize the mental wellbeing of Delaware's students as we enter a new calendar year.
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