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A role for football in mental health: the Coping Through Football project
Aims and method Coping Through Football aims to improve well-being and reduce social isolation for younger people with severe mental illness in a deprived area of North East London. Interviews were conducted with 12 service users, 5 referrers and 2 coaches to obtain their views of the project's implications for health and well-being, quality of life and social/community relationships. A qualitative approach was used to derive themes from interview transcripts using some of the tools of groundeddoi:10.1192/pb.bp.111.036269 fatcat:5thl4gpnkvfodl32gyxszdu6ey