Clinical Inquiries. Which Tool is Most Useful in Diagnosing Bipolar Disorder in Children?
In Tennessee, several medical library outreach projects have involved collaborative work with health-care professionals, public librarians, consumers, faith-based organizations and community service agencies. The authors are medical librarians who worked as consultants, trainers and project directors to promote health literacy using PubMed medline and other health information resources in the several funding projects described here. We explain the programmes briefly, focusing on lessons learned and suggestions for those who follow us.
Stephens, Mary M.; Bajaj, Jaya; Wallace, Rick; and Zolotor, Adam. 2007. Clinical Inquiries. Which Tool is Most Useful in Diagnosing Bipolar Disorder in Children?. The Journal of Family Practice. Vol.56(10). 838-840. https://www.mdedge.com/familymedicine/article/62860/mental-health/which-tool-most-useful-diagnosing-bipolar-disorder#:~:text=The%20most%20useful%20clue%20is,a%20child%20mental%20health%20specialist. ISSN: 2369-4173