What is the evidence underpinning clinical assessment of mental health of deaf adults with learning disabilities: A scoping review protocol

Jackie Wan Brown, Katherine Rogers, Alys Young

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Abstract

This scoping review aims to
explore the literature to identify the types, scope and quality
of evidence underpinning clinical assessment of deaf adults
with learning disabilities, with or without autism, with mental
health issues and/or challenging behaviour. Deaf adults are
included in the review regardless of their communication
modality, e.g. signed or spoken language, or other methods.
The results of this review will inform considerations for future
research and inform clinical practice. As an experiential type
review, the PICO framework (Richardson et al. 1995) guides
the question formulation. The review question is: what are the
types, quality and extent of evidence that underpin clinical
assessment of the mental health of deaf adults with learning
disabilities?
Original languageEnglish
Typeresearch protocol
Media of outputonline publication
Number of pages5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2022

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