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June 2002 (Volume 80)
James M. Perrin
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Growing numbers of children and adolescents have long-term disabilities. Research on the epidemiology, clinical care and its improvement, organization, and financing of care for children with disabilities is very limited, Given the cost burden of the nation’s chronic diseases and disabilities, the lack of investigation into necessary clinical activities seems remarkable. This article reviews recent research on health services relating to children and adolescents with disabilities and outlines a research agenda in clinical and health services for this population in these study areas.
Author(s): James M. Perrin
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Volume 80, Issue 2 (pages 303–324) DOI: 10.1111/1468-0009.t01-1-00005 Published in 2002
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