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A profile of children's health and maternity services in England 2006.

Barnes, Di and Appleby, Claire and Parker, Ethna (2006) 'A profile of children's health and maternity services in England 2006.', Technical Report. Durham University, School of Applied Social Sciences, Durham.


The national child health and maternity mapping exercise is the first attempt to build a profile of current health resources for children and young people nationally and internationally. The project has been developed by the Department of Health and was formally announced by Dr. Stephen Ladyman as part of the implementation programme for the children's NSF and Every Child Matters, commonly referred to as the Change for Children programme. The exercise was launched in October 2005 and the data collection period ran from 1st November 2005 to 28th February 2006. This report summarises the findings of this first mapping exercise.

Item Type:Monograph (Technical Report)
Keywords:Child Health, CAMHS, Maternity Services Mapping.
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