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Table 1 List of Articles Included in the Rapid Review Analysis

From: Needs, gaps and opportunities for standard and e-mental health care among at-risk populations in the Asia Pacific in the context of COVID-19: a rapid scoping review

Reference Type of Article Population Type Country or Region
Alavi et al. (2020) [23] Primary research - modifiedDelphi methodology People living with MNS disorders United States
Albott et al. (2020) [24] Review Healthcare workers United States
Baloran (2020) [25] Cross-sectional study Children and youth Philippines
Baptiste et al. (2020) [26] Editorial Black, Indigenous and People of Colour United States
Becker and Gregory (2020) [27] Editorial Children and youth Global
Benhamou and Piedra (2020) [28] Recommendations Healthcare workers United States
Bojdani et al. (2020) [29] Review People living with MNS disorders United States
Boyraz and Legros (2020) [30] Review Multiple populations Global
Brown and Weissman (2020) [31] Letter Older adults/people living with HIV United States/Global
Buenaventura et al. (2020) [32] Commentary Older adults Philippines
C. Liu et al. (2020) [33] Cross-sectional study Healthcare workers China
C.K.T. Lima et al. (2020) [34] Letter Older adults China
Campbell (2020) [35] Review Victims of domestic violence Australia/Canada/United States
Cao et al. (2020) [36] Cross-sectional study Children and youth China
Caqueo-Urízar et al. (2020) [37] Commentary Multiple populations Chile
Chen et al. (2020) [38] Correspondence Healthcare workers China
Courtenay and Perera (2020) [39] Perspective People with disabilities, chronic or pre-existing conditions Global
Cui et al. (2020) [40] Cross-sectional study Children and youth/people living with MNS disorders China
D. Liu et al. (2020) [41] Cross-sectional study COVID-19 patients/healthcare workers/patients with low socioeconomic status Wuhan, China
D. Yang et al. (2020) [42] Cross-sectional study Children and youth Wuhan, China
Davis et al. (2020) [43] Perspective Children and youth/people living with MNS disorders Singapore
De Sousa et al. (2020) [44] Review Multiple populations Low- and middle-income countries (LMIC)
Dell et al. (2020) [45] Letter Older adults/people with existing MNS disorders Global
DeLuca et al. (2020) [46] Review Children and youth/people living with MNS disorders United States
Druss (2020) [20] Viewpoint People living with MNS disorders United States
Duan et al. (2020) [47] Cross-sectional study Children and youth China
Duane et al. (2020) [48] Commentary Black, Indigenous and People of Colour United States
Dumas et al. (2020) [21] Primary research - online survey Children and youth/people with existing MNS disorders Canada
Efuribe et al. (2020) [49] Commentary Children and youth United States
Emezue (2020) [50] Viewpoint Victims of domestic violence Global
Rashidi Fakari and Simbar [51] Letter Pregnant and post-partum people Global
Fernandez-Aranda et al. (2020) [52] Editorial People living with MNS disorders Global
Fish et al. (2020) [53] Primary research Children and youth/LGBTQ+ United States
Fitzpatrick et al. (2020) [54] Cross-sectional study People living with MNS disorders United States
Fortuna et al. (2020) [55] Commentary Black, Indigenous and People of Colour United States
Furlong and Finnie (2020) [56] Perspective Black, Indigenous and People of Colour Australia
Gao et al. (2020) [57] Cross-sectional study People living with MNS disorders China
Golberstein et al. [58] Viewpoint Children and youth United States
Gordon and Borja (2020) [59] Commentary General population Global
Gunnell et al. (2020) [60] Commentary People living with MNS disorders Global
Hamm et al. (2020) [61] Primary research – semi-structured qualitative interview Older adults/people with existing MNS disorders United States
Han et al. (2020) [62] Cross-sectional study Healthcare workers China
Hao et al. (2020) [63] Cross-sectional study People living with MNS disorders China (Southwest)
Hayden and Parkin (2020) [64] Review Healthcare workers Global
Hewson et al. (2020) [65] Commentary Incarcerated populations Global
Horesh and Brown (2020) [66] Review/recommendations People living with MNS disorders Global
Hou et al. (2020) [67] Letter Children and youth China
Hu et al. (2020) [68] Cross-sectional study Healthcare workers China
Ijadi-Maghsoodi et al. (2020) [69] Commentary Children and youth United States
J. Liu et al. (2020) [70] Cross-sectional study Children and youth China
Jorm (2020) [71] Editorial People living with MNS disorders Australia
Junior et al. (2020) [72] Letter Black, Indigenous and People of Colour Global
Junior et al. (2020) [73] Letter Refugees and migrants Global
Kang et al. (2020) [74] Correspondence Healthcare workers China
Kannarkat et al. (2020) [6] Viewpoint People living with MNS disorders United States
Kanzler and Ogbeide (2020) [75] Commentary Healthcare workers/people with existing MNS disorders United States
Karamouzian et al. (2020) [76] Commentary People living with MNS disorders Global
Kaufman et al. (2020) [77] Editorial People living with MNS disorders Global
Kaukinen (2020) [78] Review Victims of domestic violence Global
Kavoor (2020) [79] Letter People living with MNS disorders Global
Khusid et al. (2020) [80] Cross-sectional study Healthcare workers United States
Kim and Su (2020) [81] Viewpoint People living with MNS disorders Global
Klomek (2020) [82] Correspondence People living with MNS disorders Global
Ko and Yen (2020) [83] Commentary Children and youth/people living with MNS disorders Global
L. Yang et al. (2020) [84] Cross-sectional study People living with MNS disorders China
LaHue et al. (2020) [85] Letter Older adults United States
Lai et al. (2020) [86] Cross-sectional study Healthcare workers China
Langmaid et al. (2020) [87] Clinical observations People with disabilities, chronic or pre-existing conditions United States
Diaz de Leon Martinez et al. [88] Review Black, Indigenous and People of Colour Mexico
Li and Zhang (2020) [89] Commentary People living with MNS disorders China
Liang et al. (2020) [90] Cross-sectional study Children and youth China
Liem et al. (2020) [91] Commentary Refugees and migrants Global
Lim et al. (2020) [92] Cross-sectional study Healthcare workers Canada
Lin et al. (2020) [93] Letter Healthcare workers Hubei, China
Liu and Modir (2020) [94] Editorial Black, Indigenous and People of Colour United States
M.H. Li et al. (2020) [95] Letter Children and youth Hong Kong
McGee et al. (2020) [96] Recommendations People with disabilities, chronic or pre-existing conditions United States
Misra et al. (2020) [97] Commentary Black, Indigenous and People of Colour United States
N.N.R. Lima et al. (2020) [98] Letter People experiencing homelessness Global
Nie et al. (2020) [99] Cross-sectional study COVID-19 patients Wuhan, China
Novacek et al. (2020) [100] Recommendations Black, Indigenous and People of Colour United States
Pachana et al. (2020) [101] Commentary Older adults Australia
Pozza et al. (2020) [102] Perspective People living with MNS disorders Global
Price (2020) [103] Cross-sectional study People living with MNS disorders Canada
Prime et al. (2020) [104] Review Children and youth Global
Rodgers et al. (2020) [105] Commentary People living with MNS disorders Global
Rothstein and Olympia (2020) [106] Review/recommendation Children and youth United States
S. Yang et al. (2020) [107] Cross-sectional study Healthcare workers South Korea
Santos et al. (2020) [108] Cross-sectional study People living with HIV Global
Shakespeare-Finch et al. (2020) [109] Commentary Multiple populations Australia
Shervington and Richardson (2020) [110] Editorial BIPOC populations United States
Shiau et al. (2020) [111] Commentary People living with HIV United States
Shigemura et al. (2020) [112] Letter Multiple populations Japan
Singh (2020) [113] Correspondence People living with MNS disorders Global
Sneed et al. (2020) [114] Commentary Black, Indigenous and People of Colour United States
Song et al. (2020) [115] Cross-sectional study Healthcare workers China
Stewart et al. (2020) [116] Feasibility study Children and youth United States
Sun et al. (2020) [117] Notes from the field People living with HIV China
Suzuki (2020) [118] Primary research - cohort study Pregnant and post-partum people Japan
Talevi et al. (2020) [119] Review Multiple populations Global
Tang et al. (2020) [120] Cross-sectional study Children and youth China
Taylor et al. (2020) [121] Commentary People living with MNS disorders United States
Thompkins et al. (2020) [122] Commentary Black, Indigenous and People of Colour United States
Thomson et al. (2020) [123] Review People living with MNS disorders Australia
Tracy et al. (2020) [124] Editorial Healthcare workers Global
Tsai and Wilson (2020) [125] Commentary People experiencing homelessness United States/Canada
Tu et al. (2020) [126] Cross-sectional study Healthcare workers Wuhan, China
Usher et al. (2020) [127] Editorial Victims of domestic violence Australia
Van et al. (2020) [128] Cross-sectional study People living with MNS disorders Australia
Mesa Viera et al. [129] Brief report Multiple populations Global
Viswanathan et al. (2020) [130] Perspective Healthcare workers United States
W. Li et al. (2020) [131] Primary research - cohort study Healthcare workers China
W. Zhang et al. (2020) [132] Cross-sectional study Healthcare workers China
Wang et al. (2020) [133] Correspondence Children and youth China
Wood (2020) [134] Letter People experiencing homelessness Global
Wu and Wei (2020) [135] Cross-sectional study Healthcare workers China
Wu et al. (2020) [136] Cross-sectional study Pregnant and post-partum people China
Xiang et al. (2020) [1] Commentary Healthcare workers China
Xiao et al. (2020) [137] Cross-sectional study Children and youth China
Xie et al. (2020) [138] Cross-sectional study Children and youth China
Xin et al. (2020) [139] Cross-sectional study Children and youth China
Xing et al. (2020) [140] Cross-sectional study Healthcare workers China
Xu et al. (2020) [141] Letter Healthcare workers Shanghai, China
Y. Zhang et al. (2020) [142] Longitudinal study Children and youth China
Yang et al. (2020) [143] Correspondence Older adults China
Yao et al. (2020) [144] Correspondence People living with MNS disorders China
Yin et al. (2020) [145] Cross-sectional study Healthcare workers China
Yue et al. (2020) [146] Cross-sectional study Pregnant and post-partum people China
Zhai and Du (2020) [147] Correspondence Children and youth China
Zhu et al. (2020) [148] Cross-sectional study Healthcare workers China