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Volume 14 Supplement 2

Leveraging Implementation Science to Reduce Inequities in Children’s Mental Health Care: Highlights from a Multidisciplinary International Colloquium

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Missillac, France7-10 July 2019

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Edited by Jonathan Helm

  1. Access to evidence-based mental health care for children is an international priority. However, there are significant challenges to advancing this public health priority in an efficient and equitable manner. T...

    Authors: Nicole A. Stadnick, Gregory A. Aarons, Lucy Blake, Lauren I. Brookman-Frazee, Paul Dourgnon, Thomas Engell, Florence Jusot, Anna S. Lau, Constance Prieur, Ane-Marthe Solheim Skar and Miya L. Barnett

    Citation: BMC Proceedings 2020 14(Suppl 2):2

    Content type: Meeting Report

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