Like the population it serves, the children's mental health services field is experiencing growing painsin terms of defining and productively applying outcome measures. These 14 chapters by US experts examine current issues and frameworks for accountability and change; case studies and field experiences; tools, methods, and strategies; and linking outcomes to quality and utilization. The editors are at the U. of South Florida, where a 1998 retreat focused on these issues.
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|Publisher:||Brookes, Paul H. Publishing Company|
|Series:||Systems of Care for Children's Mental Health Series|
|Product dimensions:||(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)|