Evidence-based child and adolescent mental health services: Oxymoron or brave new dawn?
- Professionals working in child and adolescent mental health services are increasingly encouraged to examine the evidence underlying their clinical practice. Embracing evidence-based practice can present difficulties, as barriers to changing practice exist. These difficulties are examined, along with the meaning of evidence-based practice in a multidisciplinary speciality, and the potential benefits that develop from it.
- Child Psychology and Psychiatry Review
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