By - AhmedF
Please stop posting old studies to suit a narrative.
You have done this 2x. Modmail in to discuss it further.
Phew! If people are not experiencing mental health crises severe enough to get hospitalized then clearly there's no issue! Move along, nothing to see here!
Do you have any data in support of the idea of a mental health crisis? I'm genuinely asking, because while there's a lot of anecdotes, it doesn't seem like it's playing out in the data much.
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> **Interpretation**: Contrary to expectations, the abrupt decline in acute mental health service use immediately after the onset of the pandemic and the return to near prepandemic levels that we observed suggest that changes and stressors in the first 12 months of the pandemic did not translate to increased service use. Continued surveillance of acute mental health service use is warranted.