Mental healthcare pathways for urban Aboriginal children
Killian, A; Kalucy, D; Nixon, J; Eades, S; D’Este, C; Sherriff, S; Williamson, A; Centre of Research Excellence (CRE) in Urban Aboriginal Child Health; Fernando, P; SEARCH Study (Study of Environment on Aboriginal Resilience and Child Health)
Social and emotional wellbeing problems are the chief health issue experienced by young Australians. The small amount of information available suggests that Aboriginal young people experience even higher levels of mental health related harm. Little is known about the pathways that Aboriginal children and adolescents with mental health concerns take when accessing specialized care and to what extent services are available, accessible and culturally appropriate. Further, although GPs are...[Show more]
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