Is there a psychiatrist in the house? Integrating child psychiatry into the pediatric medical home:

Authors, Primary Keller,David;Sarvet,Barry
Title Primary Is there a psychiatrist in the house? Integrating child psychiatry into the pediatric medical home: Drs. Keller and Sarvet reply.
Periodical Full Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Pub Year 2007
Volume 52
issue 8
Start Page 877
Abstract Responds to the comments made by William B. Carey (see record 2013-26489-017) on the current authors' original article (see record 2012-34879-002). While Keller & Sarvet thank Carey for his comments, they note they are puzzled that he sees anything in any of the proposed models of shared care that threatens the role of the pediatrician as the primary provider of behavioral health/mental health services to children and families. They conclude that children and families will benefit from a true collaboration between the generalists and specialists with expertise in the challenges of children's behavioral and mental health. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved)
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Author/Address Keller, David: david.keller@umassmed.edu; Keller, David: University of Massachusetts Medical School, Center for Health Policy and Research, Worcester, MA, US Sarvet, Barry: Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, US
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Reference Type(s) Journal Article
Topic Tag(s) Comprehensive Care;Primary Care Workforce Issues;Team Based Health Care
Special Population(s) Children with Special Needs;Children without Special Needs;People with Mental and Behavioral Health Issues
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