Child & Adolescent Mental Health: A Guide for Healthcare Professionals : Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service


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Report by the BMA recommending that that strategies for child and adolescent mental health be fully implemented, and a shortage of mental healthcare professionals be tackled by the government.


  • Publication date19 June 2006
  • ContributorBritish Medical Association

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