Attitudes, psychological factors associated with behaviors among adolescents during COVID-19

(JAMA Network) Psychological factors associated with adolescents' behaviors during the COVID-19 pandemic are examined in this survey study.
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CONCLUSIONS: Augmentation of care with a texting mobile interventionist proved to be feasible, acceptable, safe, and clinically promising. The findings are encouraging given the relative ease of training practitioners to serve as mobile interventionists, the low burden placed on patients and practitioners, and the simplicity of the technology. The technical resources are widely accessible to patients and practitioners, boding well for potential intervention scalability. When pandemics such as COVID-19 block the possibility of in-person patient-provider contact, evidence-based texting interventions can serve a crucial role ...
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Authors: Oladunjoye A, Oladunjoye O PMID: 32634711 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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In February 2020 the COVID-19 pandemic flared up across Italy and the first cluster appeared in Southern Lombardy, which is still the most affected area (1). Schools. sports facilities and parks were closed on 1 March, followed by a strict lockdown on 10 M...
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