Neuropsychiatric Interventions with Head Injured Children and Adolescents
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With increasing numbers of surviving head injured children and adolescents, there is a growing need to provide child neuropsychiatric services as a necessary component for their comprehensive rehabilitation. This paper discusses the critical role child psychiatry should have in pediatric head injury rehabilitation and outlines a framework for neuropsychiatric interventions including the use of neuropsychoactive medications. Case examples highlight the principles and practicalities of interventions.
& O'Shanick, G.
(1987). Neuropsychiatric Interventions with Head Injured Children and Adolescents. Brain Injury, 1 (1), 41-47.