Priority criteria tool for elective specialist level adolescent psychiatric care predicts treatment received

@article{Isojoki2008PriorityCT,
  title={Priority criteria tool for elective specialist level adolescent psychiatric care predicts treatment received},
  author={I. Isojoki and Sari Fr{\"o}jd MSc and P{\"a}ivi Rantanen and Eila Laukkanen and Paavo N{\"a}rhi and Riittakerttu Kaltiala-Heino},
  journal={European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry},
  year={2008},
  volume={17},
  pages={397-405}
}
Little validation data has so far been published on scoring systems and the literature on prioritization in psychiatry is especially meagre. To explore if the priority criteria score for elective specialist level adolescent psychiatric care in Finland is associated with treatment received and whether the association between the priority criteria scores and treatment given is similar among different subgroups. Adolescents currently in treatment contact in three adolescent psychiatric outpatient… CONTINUE READING

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