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What are effective befriending, social support, and low intensity psychosocial interventions delivered remotely to reduce social isolation and loneliness among older adults and how do they ‘work’? A rapid review of systematic reviews

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Elisabeth Boulton*, Dylan Kneale*, Claire Stansfield, Paul Heron, Katy Sutcliffe, Brenda Hayanga, Kate Bosnquet, Karen Bloor, Peter Bower, Dympna Casey, Dawn Craig, Simon Gilbody, Laura Jefferson, Barbara Hanratty, Dean McMillan, James Thomas, Chris Todd. What are effective befriending, social support, and low intensity psychosocial interventions delivered remotely to reduce social isolation and loneliness among older adults and how do they ‘work’? A rapid review of systematic reviews

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What are effective befriending, social support, and low intensity psychosocial interventions delivered remotely to reduce social isolation and loneliness among older people and how do they ‘work’? A rapid review of systematic reviews

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