Data from: Effects of a systematically offered social and preventive medicine consultation on training and health attitudes of young people not in employment, education or training (NEETs): an interventional study in France

Sarah Robert, Lucile Romanello, Sophie Lesieur, Virginie Kergoat, Joel Dutertre, Gladys Ibanez & Pierre Chauvin
Background NEETs (young people not in employment, education or training) are at higher risk for poorer mental and physical health. In France, the Missions locales (MLs) are the only social structures dedicated to this population. We sought to determine whether the systematic offer of a social and preventive medicine consultation at a ML might increase NEET participants’ access to training in the 12 months following the intervention. Methods This intervention research was a parallel randomised...
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