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The effects of a schizophrenia literacy educational intervention on populations with and without prior health education

University of New England, Australia
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This dataset contains different indices of schizophrenia literacy such as identification, beliefs about treatment, and beliefs about causes. There were 260 participants (adult men and women). Information is present for health education background, mental health literacy based on a vignette of a person suffering from schizophrenia. Questions were asked before and after watching an educational video on schizophrenia or a control video on stress (randomized control trial). Higher schizophrenia literacy was associated with health education background and educational intervention.

Data time period: 2016 to 2017

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text: Australia, New Zealan, Americas, Europe