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Title: You can’t have one without the other: The case for integrated perinatal and infant mental health services
Authors: Powrie, R.
Matacz, R.
Paul, C.
Priddis, L.
Sundram, S.
Newman, L.
Wright, T.
Raykar, V.
Lim, I.
Newman-Morris, V.
Hill, R.
Hoehn, E.
Kowalenko, N.
Issue Date: 2022
Source: 56, (6), 2022, p. 586-588
Pages: 586-588
Journal: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry
Abstract: L20152476002022-03-16
DOI: 10.1177/00048674221083874
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Keywords: economic aspect;emotional well-being;family therapy;fetus development;genetics;health care planning;health care policy;human;infant;infant care;integrated health care system;mental disease;mental health;child protection;morbidity;parental behavior;perinatal care;prenatal stress;quality of life;risk factor;self concept;social well-being;child parent relation;articlechild development;mental health service;clinician;consultation
Type: Article
Appears in Sites:Children's Health Queensland Publications

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