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Improving Young People’s Mental Health? Understanding Ambivalence to Seeking Support Among Young Adults With Asperger Syndrome

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Improving Young People’s Mental Health? Understanding Ambivalence to Seeking Support Among Young Adults With Asperger Syndrome. / Coleman-Fountain, Edmund; Beresford, Bryony Anne.

The challenge of wicked problems in health and social care: an international text: Routledge Studies in Health Management. ed. / Will Thomas; Anneli Hujala; Sanna Laulainen; Robert McMurray. Routledge, 2018.

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Harvard

Coleman-Fountain, E & Beresford, BA 2018, Improving Young People’s Mental Health? Understanding Ambivalence to Seeking Support Among Young Adults With Asperger Syndrome. in W Thomas, AH, S Laulainen & R McMurray (eds), The challenge of wicked problems in health and social care: an international text: Routledge Studies in Health Management. Routledge.

APA

Coleman-Fountain, E., & Beresford, B. A. (2018). Improving Young People’s Mental Health? Understanding Ambivalence to Seeking Support Among Young Adults With Asperger Syndrome. In W. Thomas, A. H., S. Laulainen, & R. McMurray (Eds.), The challenge of wicked problems in health and social care: an international text: Routledge Studies in Health Management Routledge.

Vancouver

Coleman-Fountain E, Beresford BA. Improving Young People’s Mental Health? Understanding Ambivalence to Seeking Support Among Young Adults With Asperger Syndrome. In Thomas W, AH, Laulainen S, McMurray R, editors, The challenge of wicked problems in health and social care: an international text: Routledge Studies in Health Management. Routledge. 2018

Author

Coleman-Fountain, Edmund ; Beresford, Bryony Anne. / Improving Young People’s Mental Health? Understanding Ambivalence to Seeking Support Among Young Adults With Asperger Syndrome. The challenge of wicked problems in health and social care: an international text: Routledge Studies in Health Management. editor / Will Thomas ; Anneli Hujala ; Sanna Laulainen ; Robert McMurray. Routledge, 2018.

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