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Vol. 12 - Num. 19

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Child Psychiatry: prevalent conditions in Primary care, approach and treatment

I Bofill Moscardóa, A Fernández Corcherob, MA Villegas Brizc, A García del Morald, Francisco Hijano Banderae

aPediatra. Unidad de Salud Mental Infantil. Catarroja. Valencia. España.
bPsicóloga. Unidad de Salud Mental Infantil. Catarroja. Valencia. España.
cAuxiliar de Enfermería. Unidad de Salud Mental Infantil. Catarroja. Valencia. España.
dPsicoanalista. Unidad de Salud Mental Infantil. Catarroja. Valencia. España.
ePediatra. CS Monterrozas. Las Rozas. Madrid. España.

Reference of this article: Bofill Moscardó I, Fernández Corchero A, Villegas Briz MA, García del Moral A, Hijano Bandera F. Child Psychiatry: prevalent conditions in Primary care, approach and treatment. Rev Pediatr Aten Primaria. 2010;12(Supl 19):s93-s106.

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Abstract

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health (SMIJ) includes the development of social skills and emotional needs that allow them to experience, to regulate their emotions, to establish close and safe relationships, and to learn. In Spain, the prevalence of disorders SMIJ is around 20%. In this document, the roles of the health professionals who are custodians of the request for assistance, based on the most common mental diseases, are collected: pediatricians, child psychiatrists and psychologists aiming to improve the continuity of care and coordination between levels. We describe the indications for referral and general recommendations on the type of intervention.

Keywords

Adolescence Childhood Diagnosis Mental health Prevention Primary Care

 

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