Service user perspectives of multiagency working: a qualitative study with children with educational and mental health difficulties and their parents.

@article{OReilly2013ServiceUP,
  title={Service user perspectives of multiagency working: a qualitative study with children with educational and mental health difficulties and their parents.},
  author={M. O'Reilly and P. Vostanis and H. Taylor and C. Day and C. Street and M. Wolpert},
  journal={Child and adolescent mental health},
  year={2013},
  volume={18 4},
  pages={
          202-209
        }
}
BACKGROUND Recent policies recommend effective joint working between health and education; however, the views of service users are underrepresented, particularly opinions of young children. METHOD The project was operational from 2005-2008 when interviews were conducted with parents and children. The children were attending CAMHS for mental health and educational difficulties. RESULTS Results indicated that they had a positive view of multiagency working. They consider that joint working is… Expand
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