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The Effect of Students` Mental Health School-Community Cooperative Model on the School Mental Health Awareness
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The Effect of Students` Mental Health School-Community Cooperative Model on the School Mental Health Awareness
Ha, Kyung Hee; Kim, Jin A; Kim, Woo Sik; Hong, Hyun Ju; Kim, Seon Yeon;
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 Abstract
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of the Students` Mental Health School-Community Cooperative Model on the school mental health awareness of the participants (school administrators, teachers, students). Methods: Data were collected from 140 schools that participated in the project. The questionnaires were composed of items about the school mental health policy, climate and capacity. The data was analyzed through paired t-tests between pre and post, and a comparison was made between the 1st and 2nd phase regions. Results: The total scores of the teacher and student groups increased significantly, whereas those of the school administrators did not. The awareness of the teachers showed more changes in the 1st phase regions, while those of the students changed more at the 2nd phase. Conclusion: Based on the results, the expansion of the Students` Mental Health School-Community Cooperative Model was proposed.
 Keywords
School-Based Mental Health;Students` Mental Health School-Community Cooperative Model;School Mental Health Awareness;
 Language
Korean
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