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Research Reviews on Prevalence, Detection and Interventions in Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare: Summary report

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Research Reviews on Prevalence, Detection and Interventions in Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare: Summary report. / Parker, G; Beresford, B; Clarke, S; Gridley, K; Pitman, R; Spiers, G; Light, K.

University of York, York : Social Policy Research Unit. 2008.

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Parker, G, Beresford, B, Clarke, S, Gridley, K, Pitman, R, Spiers, G & Light, K 2008, Research Reviews on Prevalence, Detection and Interventions in Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare: Summary report. Social Policy Research Unit, University of York, York. <http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/research/pdf/SCIESummary.pdf>

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Parker, G., Beresford, B., Clarke, S., Gridley, K., Pitman, R., Spiers, G., & Light, K. (2008). Research Reviews on Prevalence, Detection and Interventions in Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare: Summary report. Social Policy Research Unit. http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/research/pdf/SCIESummary.pdf

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Parker G, Beresford B, Clarke S, Gridley K, Pitman R, Spiers G et al. Research Reviews on Prevalence, Detection and Interventions in Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare: Summary report. 2008.

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Parker, G ; Beresford, B ; Clarke, S ; Gridley, K ; Pitman, R ; Spiers, G ; Light, K. / Research Reviews on Prevalence, Detection and Interventions in Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare: Summary report. 2008. University of York, York : Social Policy Research Unit.

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