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As increasing numbers of pediatric patients require behavioral health care, primary care providers look to integrate behavioral health providers in their practice.
Long wait times and difficulties accessing behavioral health services cause stress for many patients and families.
Experts say open conversations with kids about suicide could save lives.
Pediatric primary care systems can address mental and emotional health outcomes of juvenile justice involvement before, during and after an event.
A primary care provider’s ability to identify and treat symptoms associated with trauma can increase positive outcomes for patients and families.
An estimated 20 percent of children struggle with mental health illness. As awareness grows, the call for primary care physicians to play a leading role in care grows louder.
Pediatricians are in an optimal position to see early warning signs and recommend treatment.
Read more about our expert research surrounding suicide attempts and self-poisoning.