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Health needs assessment of children in secure settings

By Charlie Brooker and Clare Fox


The project was commissioned by the former East Midlands CSIP Office on behalf of the relevant PCTs.\ud \ud To examine the physical and mental health status of children in secure settings using structured assessment tools\ud \ud To identify current healthcare provision\ud \ud To identify gaps when needs and provision are compared\ud \ud To provide information to help develop outcomes for children and young people\ud \ud To contribute to the development of recommendations for\ud commissioner

Topics: L431 Health Policy, B760 Mental Health Nursing
Publisher: University of Lincoln
Year: 2009
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