This series on “Integrating Mental Health in the Comprehensive Care of Children and Adolescents: Prevention, Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment” is edited by
- Danielle Laraque-Arena, New York Academy of Medicine, New York, NY, USA; Department of Epidemiology, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York, NY, USA; SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY, USA; and
- Ruth E. K. Stein, Department of Pediatrics, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, Bronx, NY, USA
The mental health of children and youth is an integral part of overall health and is a necessary cornerstone for lifelong well-being. For too long physical and mental health have been seen as independent of one another and the latter has been considered less important.
Integrating mental health in the comprehensive care of children and adolescents: prevention, screening, diagnosis and treatment
The key social determinants of mental health: their effects among children globally and strategies to address them
Iterative and comprehensive mental health assessment and treatment planning: the mental health dashboard
Implementation strategies in co-located, coordinated, and collaborative care models for child and youth mental health concerns
Understanding adolescent anxiety disorders through the lens of decision science: towards a mathematical psychiatry
Inattention and impulsivity in children and adolescents: a developmental and contextual framework to understand attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and its variants
Engaging community and governmental partners in improving health and mental health outcomes for children and adolescents impacted by HIV/AIDS in Uganda
The series “Integrating Mental Health in the Comprehensive Care of Children and Adolescents: Prevention, Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment” was commissioned by the editorial office, Pediatric Medicine without any sponsorship or funding. Danielle Laraque-Arena and Ruth E. K. Stein serve as the unpaid guest editors for the special series.