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A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base
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Chapter 10: Measurements and Instrumentation        

A "Special Feature" for America's Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2005: Parental Reports of Emotional and Behavioral Difficulties
Gloria Simpson           

Level of Care Determination in Child Welfare: Evidence from the Child Program Outcome Review Team (CPORT) Review
Andres J Pumariega, Pat  Wade, Udema Millsaps, Michele Moser, Terrence Clark   

The Use of Qualitative Methods in Systems of Care Research
Sharon  Hodges, Allison Pinto, Mario Hernandez       

Assessing Outcomes Over Time: Questioning Measurment Precision
Ann Doucette           

Exploring Relationships among Child Outcomes in Kentucky's System of Care
Carla Crane-Mahan, Vestena Robbins         

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