Standard psychosocial interventions designed for the general population may not be accessible for people with mild intellectual disabilities, and drug usage tends to be modified - 'start low and go slow'. This systematic review aims to synthesise the evidence on psychological, pharmacological and electroconvulsive therapy ECT interventions for adults with mild intellectual disabilities and mental ill health.
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This definition aids interpretation in two main ways: 1 to determine whether a statistically significant difference is clearly clinically significant, and 2 to determine whether a statistically nonsignificant difference is small enough to exclude the possibility of a clinically significant difference. Consent, capacity and decision-making 1. Some adolescents are at greater risk of mental health conditions due to their living conditions, stigma, discrimination or exclusion, or lack of access to quality support and services. Data Synthesis If we find two or more similar studies for a comparison of interest, we will perform a meta-analysis.
Patient and public involvement Patients and public were not involved in the conception, development or implementation of this systematic review, nor in the selection of outcome measures and the interpretation of the study findings. Over the past 20 years, research on the prevention of mental disorders has progressed. Mental ill health requires vigorous treatment, yet the current evidence base is too limited to identify with precision effective treatments specifically for children or adults with severe and profound intellectual disabilities.