Evaluation of one mental health/psychosocial intervention for Syrian refugees in Turkey

In this study, the authors presented and evaluated the effectiveness of this intervention. It was delivered to Syrian refugees in the field hospital, outpatient health centre and community skills centre in the town of Kilis. Data collection methods included HESPER survey and quantitative surveys using
well-being and resilience scale. The results showed improvement of resilience and well-being of the targeted population. The intervention was effective in an urban context. Further evaluation of this intervention is needed, preferably in a form of prospective longitudinal cohort study with a control group of Syrian refugees that receives no intervention

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