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Shimin Zhua; Yanqiong Zhuang; Paul Lee
Pandemics affect the physical and mental well-being of all potentially at-risk young people globally. This longitudinal study examines changes of suicidal ideation status among adolescents during COVID-19. A follow-up after nine-months of a school-based survey among 1,491 secondary school students was conducted during COVID-19. Psychological well-being, psychological factors, family support, and COVID-19-related experiences were examined.
Xiaoyu Zhuang; Yin Yim Lau; Wilson Man Ho Chan (et al.)
Hong Kong has experienced four waves of COVID-19 since the first case was confirmed in January 2020. Several studies have highlighted the psychological impacts of the outbreak in Hong Kong but have largely ignored the protective factors that contribute to resilience among vulnerable families. This study adopted an ecological resilience framework to explore the impact of this epidemic on members of families with youth with a delinquent tendency/mental health concerns and the ecological protective factors for these vulnerable families. Random sampling based on a sampling frame provided by one of the largest local social service organizations in Hong Kong led to the recruitment of 407 respondents who were interviewed using a battery of standardized questionnaires.
Shimin Zhu; Yanqiong Zhuang; Paul Lee (et al.)
Winnie W. Y. Tso; Rosa S. Wong; Keith T. S. Tung (et al.)
Barbara Chuen Yee Lo; Romance Nok Man Lai; Ting Kin Ng (et al.)
K.L. Hon; Karen K.Y. Leung
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