How do parents within the Orthodox Jewish community experience accessing a community Child and Adolescent mental health service

@inproceedings{Rowland2016HowDP,
  title={How do parents within the Orthodox Jewish community experience accessing a community Child and Adolescent mental health service},
  author={Gemma Rowland},
  year={2016}
}
  • Gemma Rowland
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • Previous research suggests that children of minority groups may be underserved by mainstream services (Elster, Jarosik, VanGeest & Fleming, 2003). There has been an identified need for research that focuses on barriers to accessing services faced by minority groups, such as the Orthodox Jewish community (Dogra, Singh, Svirdzenka & Vostansis, 2012). Given that parents are often the gate-keepers to care (Stiffman, Pescosolido & Cabassa, 2004), understanding their help-seeking behaviour is… CONTINUE READING
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