The Boston Globe reported our story on its front page this week. This study was conducted by colleagues at CHA and myself and required scores of hours to make the phone calls, tabulate our data, and then prepare the manuscript. The paper was rejected by at least a half dozen journals before it was accepted. So delighted it received this coverage about such an important topic. As I told a colleague, sadly we were merely documenting what anyone who has ever tried to obtain needed mental health care for a child already knows.
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