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Title Building bridges : lessons from a Pittsburgh partnership to strengthen systems of care for maternal depression : executive summary / Donna Keyser ... [et al.]
Imprint Santa Monica, CA : RAND, c2010
book jacket
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 Euro-Am Studies Lib  362.198 B8683 2010  summary    AVAILABLE  -  30500101381393
Descript xiii, 22 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm
Series Rand Corporation monograph series
Rand Corporation monograph series
Note "Sponsored by UPMC for you."
"RAND Health."
"MG-973/1-UPMCFY"--P. [4] of cover
"Between January 2007 and June 2010, members of the Allegheny County Maternal and Child Health Care Collaborative designed, implemented, and evaluated the Allegheny County Maternal Depression Initiative, a local systems-change effort focused on increasing identification, referrals, and engagement in treatment as needed and appropriate for women at high risk for maternal depression. The collaborative was successful in improving key organizational and clinical processes related to the achievement of its aims. This report describes how and why the initiative was created, the processes through which it was implemented and evaluated, and the results and lessons learned. It concludes with recommendations in four areas for practice and policy change designed to expand and sustain the initiative's achievements: improve identification of maternal depression, enhance access to available resources and services, increase engagement in behavioral health treatment, and improve overall systems performance."--Publisher description
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Subject Allegheny County Maternal Depression Initiative (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
Mental illness in pregnancy -- Pennsylvania
Pregnancy -- Complications -- Pennsylvania
Community mental health services -- Pennsylvania
Mental health services -- Pennsylvania
Alt Author Keyser, Donna
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (2003- )
RAND Health
Alt Title Lessons from a Pittsburgh partnership to strengthen systems of care for maternal depression
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