Responding to the needs of children with chronic health conditions in an era of health services reform

Miller, Anton R.; Recsky, Magdalena A.; Armstrong, Robert W.
November 2004
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/23/2004, Vol. 171 Issue 11, p1366
Academic Journal
Recommends ways in which the needs of children with chronic health conditions are met in an era of health services reform in Canada as of 2004. Importance of a comprehensive and competent medical care system; Care that supports child and family empowerment; Need to raise public awareness about health reform recommendations.


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