Experiences in the United States--a difference in the status in the United States and that in Japan

Saito, T.

Seishin Shinkeigaku Zasshi 107(2): 156-161

2005


ISSN/ISBN: 0033-2658
PMID: 15828267
Document Number: 591577
Child and adolescent psychiatry has been established as a subspecialty in the United States. The systematic education, training and research opportunities are currently available and child and adolescent psychiatry is a major part of psychiatric practice in the US. However, there are many burdens to overcome to provide adequate child mental health care. Several important focus on child mental health care in US are to 1) improve the assessment of and recognition of mental health needs in children, 2) promote scientifically-proven and evidence based interventions and 3) increase access to and coordination of quality mental health care services. To understand the current status and problems in child and adolescent psychiatry in US may help the Japanese psychiatrists to develop and establish child and adolescent psychiatry in Japan.

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