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Children with psychosocial problems: do short questionnaires help?

23 January 2008

This thesis focuses on the early detection by Dutch Preventive Child Healthcare (PCH) of children with psychosocial problems and especially on the question whether short questionnaires can improve this early detection.


Date and time: 23 januari 2008, 16.15

PhD student: A.G.C. Vogels

Dissertation: The identification by Dutch preventive child care of children with psychosocial problems: Do short questionnaires help?

Promotores: prof. S.A. Reijneveld and ms. prof. S.P. Verloove-Vanhorick

Faculty: Medical Sciences 

Location: Aula Academiegebouw, Broerstraat 5, Groningen

Information: Joost Wessels, UMCG, Communications, tel. 050-361 4464 / 361
Last modified:15 September 2017 3.37 p.m.

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