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Differences between specialist community adolescent mental health teams and generic child and adolescent mental health services: training issues for specialist registrars

  • Carmen Pinto (a1)
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Following the National Service Framework (Department of Health, 2004) recommendation of extending the age range of child and adolescent mental health services to 18 years there is an increasing expectation that these generic services will provide the comprehensive care for severe mental health problems in areas where specialist teams do not exist. Services have responded to this with a variety of teams from generic adolescent teams to smaller first-onset psychosis or assertive outreach teams.

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Differences between specialist community adolescent mental health teams and generic child and adolescent mental health services: training issues for specialist registrars

  • Carmen Pinto (a1)
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