Research :: Health Care Reform: Opportunities for Improving Adolescent Health

This report is the result of a working seminar that brought together experts to make recommendations on how health care reform can best address the needs of adolescents. The report addresses the areas of benefits, financing, special populations, training of professionals, and the role of public health. It is a joint publication of NAHIC and the National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health (NCEMCH).

TOPIC(S)

Confidential Care, Families, Health Care Reform, Recommendations, Special Populations, Youth-Centered Care

DATE POSTED

July 1, 1994

AUTHOR(S)

Editors: Charles E. Irwin, Jr., Claire D. Brindis, Katrina A. Holt, & Kristin Langlykke
Editors: Charles E. Irwin, Jr., Claire D. Brindis, Katrina A. Holt, & Kristin Langlykke

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