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Data from: A Decision Support System for assessing management interventions in a Mental Health ecosystem: the case of Bizkaia (Basque Country, Spain)

Carlos R. García-Alonso, Nerea Almeda, José A. Salinas-Pérez, Mencía R. Gutiérrez-Colosía, José J. Uriarte-Uriarte & Luis Salvador-Carulla
Evidence-informed strategic planning is a top priority in Mental Health (MH) due to the burden associated with this group of disorders and its societal costs. However, MH systems are highly complex, and decision support tools should follow a systems thinking approach that incorporates expert knowledge. The aim of this paper is to introduce a new Decision Support System (DSS) to improve knowledge on the health ecosystem, resource allocation and management in regional MH planning. The...

School professionals’ knowledge about pediatric traumatic brain injury: an international study

Laiene Olabarrieta-Landa, Daniela Ramos-Usuga, Itziar Benito-Sánchez, Isabel Gonzalez, Karina López Hernandez, Cristian Yair Logatt Grabner, Paul Perrin & Juan Carlos Arango-Lasprilla
To determine Spanish-speaking school professionals’ level of knowledge and attitudes regarding pediatric TBI. School professionals(n = 2,238) from 19 countries completed an online-survey regarding their training, knowledge and misconceptions, attitudes and perceptions about TBI. Of the full sample 75% (n = 1689) knew what TBI was, though only 18% (n = 350) reported having experience with a student with TBI. Only 7.7% (n = 143) and 3% (n = 55) of participants could identify all...

School professionals’ knowledge about pediatric traumatic brain injury: an international study

Laiene Olabarrieta-Landa, Daniela Ramos-Usuga, Itziar Benito-Sánchez, Isabel Gonzalez, Karina López Hernandez, Cristian Yair Logatt Grabner, Paul Perrin & Juan Carlos Arango-Lasprilla
To determine Spanish-speaking school professionals’ level of knowledge and attitudes regarding pediatric TBI. School professionals(n = 2,238) from 19 countries completed an online-survey regarding their training, knowledge and misconceptions, attitudes and perceptions about TBI. Of the full sample 75% (n = 1689) knew what TBI was, though only 18% (n = 350) reported having experience with a student with TBI. Only 7.7% (n = 143) and 3% (n = 55) of participants could identify all...

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