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Assessing the prevalence of mental health disorders and mental health needs among preschool children in care in England

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An identification of the prevalence of mental health and developmental disorders along with the corresponding need for interventions for children in care in England, based on data from 43 birth- through 5-year-olds removed from their families and placed in local authority care in England and their caregivers
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United Kingdom; England

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