New models of care: the future of child health services. What does this mean for you and your patients?
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    Integrated services for infants, children and young people

    This article helps us think about how we would like to provide services to infants, children and young people (ICYP) in response to changing needs, financial constraints and a push for multi-agency integrated working. We propose that paediatric services should have integrated mental health expertise in primary care, community and hospital based services. This would allow for prevention and early intervention, development...

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