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Working Arrangements of Fifteen Child Psychiatrists in a Child Guidance Setting

  • Michael Black (a1) and Dora Black (a2)
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A group of child and adolescent psychiatrists working in or near London has been meeting regularly for a number of years. There are places for about 20, and the composition of the group changes as old members leave and are replaced by new ones. In 1974 a pilot study was published on how members divided up their professional time.1 Seven years later the present group decided to examine this topic again,2 and also to explore other issues concerning their working arrangements.

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1 Black, D., Black, M., & Martin, F. (1974) A pilot study on the use of consultant time in child psychiatry. British Journal of Psychiatry Supplement, News and Notes, September, pp 35.
2 Black, D. & Black, M. (1982) The use of consultant time in child psychiatry—seven years on. Bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 6, 116–7.
3 DES/DHSS (1974) Child Guidance Circular 3/74 (Department of Education and Science); HSC (1S) 9 (Department of Health and Social Security): WHSC (1S) 5 (Welsh Office).
4 Rowbottom, R. & Bromley, G. (1976) Future Organisation in Child Guidance and Allied Work. Institution of Organisation and Social Studies, Brunei University, Uxbridge, Middlesex.
5 Child Guidance Trust (1982) Multidisciplinary Work in Child Guidance.
6 Royal College of Psychiatrists (1978) The role, responsibilities and work of the child and adolescent psychiatrist. Bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists,July, pp 127–31.
7 Ministry of Education (1955) Report of the Committee on Maladjusted Children. London: HMSO.
8 Royal College of Psychiatrists (1973) ‘Norms’ for medical staffing of psychiatric services; (3) Child psychiatry. British Journal of Psychiatry Supplement, News and Notes, December, pp 48.
9 Graham, P. (1976) Management in child psychiatry: Recent trends. British Journal of Psychiatry, 129, 97108.
10 Royal College of Psychiatrists (1982). The management of parasuicide in young people under sixteen. Bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 6, 182–5.
11 Report of the Committee on Child Health Services (1976) Fit for the Future. London: HMSO.
12 DHSS (1978) Health Services Development: Court Report on Child Health Services: HC (78) 5 LAC (78) 2.
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Working Arrangements of Fifteen Child Psychiatrists in a Child Guidance Setting

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