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Effect of mentoring programmes for vulnerable populations

We will conduct a systematic review on the effect of employment-oriented mentoring programmes for vulnerable populations, including persons with immigrant background, persons with chronic physical and mental health issues, addiction problems or persons considered to be low-skilled, on employment-related outcomes.

Summary

The division for health services in the Norwegian Institute of Public Health has been commissioned by the Norwegian Directorate for Integration and Diversity to conduct a systematic review on the effect of employment-oriented mentoring programmes for vulnerable populations, including immigrants, persons with chronic physical and mental health issues, addiction problems or persons considered to be low-skilled, on employment-related outcomes. We will conduct a systematic literature search to identify relevant studies, critically appraise included studies, synthesise findings from these and present these findings in the form of a systematic review.

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