Mental health outcomes of adults hospitalized for COVID-19: A living rapid review
O'Neil, M. et al.
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Scope: This rapid review compares the prevalence of mental health disorders among adults who have been hospitalized for COVID-19 to relevant comparison groups, assesses whether the prevalence of mental health disorders varies by patient and disease characteristics, and ascertains mental health care utilization and resource needs for adults following hospitalization for COVID-19. Key Questions: 1) Among adults who have been hospitalized for COVID-19, what is the prevalence of MH disorders during or after hospitalization? 2) How often do adults without preexisting MH conditions who have been hospitalized for COVID-19 develop new MH symptoms or a new MH diagnosis?