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Re-accessing mental health care after age 18: A longitudinal cohort study of youth involved with community-based child and youth mental health agencies in Ontario

  • Dec 9, 2021
Re-accessing mental health care after age 18: A longitudinal cohort study of youth involved with community-based child and youth mental health agencies in Ontario

Professor Greg Zaric and his team of researchers find that there is a need for collaboration between Child and Youth Mental Health (CYMH) agencies and family physicians, particularly for youth requiring ongoing care into adulthood. Read more here.

Schraeder, K.E., Barwick, M., Cairney, J., Carter, J., Kurdyak, P., Neufeld, R.W.J., Stewart, S.L., Pierre, J.S., Tobon, J., Vingilis, E., Zaric, G.S., et al., 2021, Re-accessing mental health care after age 18: A longitudinal cohort study of youth involved with community-based child and youth mental health agencies in OntarioJournal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 30 (1): 12-24.