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A district's view of regional in-patient units for children and adolescents

  • Robin Basu (a1), Mary Ann Griffiths (a2) and Yvette Parker (a2)
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Recommendations in the White Paper Working for Patients will have a major influence in the field of child health. District consultants have been asked by colleagues and managers to explain and account for current practice in child and adolescent psychiatry, and to plan for the future against a background of serious financial constraint. Similarly, child and adolescent psychiatrists will need to evaluate current levels of use of regional services and consider a relationship where these services may have to be bought from a limited child and adolescent psychiatry budget.

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Health Advisory Service (1986) Bridges Over Troubled Waters. Report from NHS on Services for Disturbed Adolescents. London: HMSO.
Wrate, R. M. & Wolkind, S. (1991) Child and adolescent psychiatry in-patient units. Psychiatric Bulletin, 15, 3738.
Royal College of Psychiatrists (1987) Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists Specialist Section: Notes for the Guidance of College Regional Advisers concerning post in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 11, 142143.
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A district's view of regional in-patient units for children and adolescents

  • Robin Basu (a1), Mary Ann Griffiths (a2) and Yvette Parker (a2)
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