Thursday, June 21, 2007

Teens and Accessing Care

Under One Roof: Primary Care Models that Work for Adolescents This report looks at integrated health care models that tailor their services to teens' unique physical, behavioral and reproductive health care needs and focus on positive youth development. It examines three programs in different settings -- in a hospital, private practice and a qualified community health center -- and examines how each addressed the financing challenges to creating an integrated program.

From the CFK Archives: Not Their Parent's MD -- Why Teens Need a Doctor of Their OwnIn this CFK article, historian Heather Prescott argues that adolescent health care is a much-needed and often-overlooked field of health.

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