Defining practice: Flexibility, legitimacy, and the nature of systems of care and wraparound
In human services, clear definition of key concepts and strategies is critical to facilitating training, implementation, and research. This article reflects on methods undertaken to specify the wraparound process for children and families, and considers lessons that may be relevant to defining the system of care concept.
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- Foster, E. Michael & Stephens, Robert & Krivelyova, Anna & Gamfi, Phyllis, 2007. "Can system integration improve mental health outcomes for children and youth?," Children and Youth Services Review, Elsevier, vol. 29(10), pages 1301-1319, October.
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