Workplace prevention programs reduce employee depression

Evidence-based workplace depression prevention programs reduce depression symptoms amongst employees, according to a study.

Researchers from the University of New South Wales conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of internationally sourced research related to workplace mental health interventions, which indicated a small positive effect when prevention programs occurred in the workplace.

The study has proven the workplace is a viable environment for providing mental health prevention programs and can be used as a key component in combating depression rates amongst adults.

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