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RESEED – the perceived impact of an enhanced usual care model of a novel, teacher-led, task-shifting initiative for child mental health

RESEED – the perceived impact of an enhanced usual care model of a novel, teacher-led, task-shifting initiative for child mental health

Setareh Ekhteraei, fourth-year medical student at the University of Colorado, and Choden Dukpa, development professional and researcher from Darjeeling, India, deliver a video abstract on their co-authored CAMH journal Short Research Article ‘RESEED – the perceived impact of an enhanced usual care model of a novel, teacher-led, task-shifting initiative for child mental health’.

Authors: Setareh Ekhteraei, Juliana L. Vanderburg, Choden Dukpa, Priscilla Giri, Surekha Bhattarai, Arpana Thapa, Catherine Shrestha, Bradley N. Gaynes, Molly M. Lamb, Michael Matergia, Christina M. Cruz

First published: 10 August 2023

Paper: https://doi.org/10.1111/camh.12673

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Setareh Ekhteraei
Setareh Ekhteraei

Setareh Ekhteraei graduated from the University of Southern California and is currently a fourth-year medical student at the University of Colorado. She is passionate about research and innovation in women’s health and in global health. After receiving her Doctor of Medicine (MD) in May 2024, she plans to pursue specialization in obstetrics and gynecology.

Choden Dukpa
Choden Dukpa

Choden Dukpa is a development professional and researcher from Darjeeling, India. She is trained academically and professionally in social work and research. Currently she has been working as a Research Administrator at DLR Prerna (darjeeling based NGO) and has been involved in research based projects on child mental health and climate change and mental health.

Other resources

  • Featured paper ‘Short Research Article: RESEED – the perceived impact of an enhanced usual care model of a novel, teacher-led, task-shifting initiative for child mental health’ by Setareh Ekhteraei, Juliana L. Vanderburg, Choden Dukpa, Priscilla Giri, Surekha Bhattarai, Arpana Thapa, Catherine Shrestha, Bradley N. Gaynes, Molly M. Lamb, Michael Matergia, Christina M. Cruz
  • Podcast ‘Bridging the Child Mental Health Care Gap in LMICs: RESEED and Task-shifted, Teacher-led Care’ with Dr. Christina Cruz, Dr. Michael Matergia, and Priscilla Giri

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