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A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base
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Chapter 12: Workforce Development

Symposium – Building a National Strategic Plan for Workforce Development
Chair: Carol MacKinnon-Lewis

Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Development: Initiatives Supported by the Substance and Mental Health Services Administration
Sybil k Goldman           

A National Initiative to Improve Behavioral Health Workforce Development
Michael A Hoge           

Challenges and Solutions in Developing the Children's Behavioral Health Workforce
Larke N Huang           

Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment Workforce Training and Development of Effective Interventions for Adolescents
Randolph Muck           

Building the Workforce Plan for Children
Carol MacKinnon-Lewis, John  A Morris, Joan Dodge, Robert Friedman     

WorkForce Development & Emerging Technology in Children's Mental Health
Carol MacKinnon-Lewis, Ardis Hanson, Bruce L Levin, Kathleen Ferreira, Robert Friedman, Sybil Goldman 

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