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Preventive work with teenagers: evaluation of an adolescent support team

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Preventive work with teenagers: evaluation of an adolescent support team. / Biehal, N; Clayden, J; Byford, S.

York : Joseph Rowntree Foundation. 2000, . (JRF Findings).

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Biehal, N, Clayden, J & Byford, S 2000, Preventive work with teenagers: evaluation of an adolescent support team. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.

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Biehal, N., Clayden, J., & Byford, S. (2000). Preventive work with teenagers: evaluation of an adolescent support team. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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Biehal N, Clayden J, Byford S. Preventive work with teenagers: evaluation of an adolescent support team. 2000.

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Biehal, N ; Clayden, J ; Byford, S. / Preventive work with teenagers: evaluation of an adolescent support team. 2000. York : Joseph Rowntree Foundation. (JRF Findings).

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