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Child and adolescent mental health services liaison with primary care services: A training opportunity in consultation

  • Gordon Wilkinson (a1)
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Consultation is an important means of service delivery for child and adolescent mental health teams, and this is recognised in a number of recent national documents. For the past 6 years, a formalised training opportunity with a local child and family social work team has been in place on the West of Scotland higher specialist training rotation. The consultation process is described, highlighting the mutually beneficial relationship that has developed for both agencies.

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BJPsych Bulletin
  • ISSN: 0955-6036
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Child and adolescent mental health services liaison with primary care services: A training opportunity in consultation

  • Gordon Wilkinson (a1)
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