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A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base
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Chapter 4: Professional Training and Workforce Development in Systems of Care

Human Services Workforce Within a System of Care:
Issues, Opportunities and Challenges
Carol MacKinnon-Lewis, Joan Dodge, Sybil Goldman, Robert M. Friedman

Graduate Training in Parent Professional Partnerships:
A Training Model that Impacts Children’s Mental Health
Susan McCammon, Jeannie Golden, Shari Ballard-Krishnan, Johanna McDonald

Adequacy of Staffing in Residential Mental Health Programs for Youth in the U.S.
Lynn A. Warner, Kathleen J. Pottick, Vanessa Tápanes

Perspectives of Parents, Case Managers and Pediatricians on Children and
Psychopharmacology: Results from Focus Groups
Jennifer Taub, Matthew Johnson, Christina Breault

Issues for Pediatricians Who Prescribe Psychoactive Medications:
Training, Experience, Needs, Implications
Jennifer Taub, Matthew Johnsen, Christina Breault

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