Mental Health Practitioners and Trainees
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Late in 1987, research staff from the American Psychiatric Association, the American Psychological Association, the National Association of Social Workers, and representatives of professional psychiatric nursing formed a work group on human resources data with staff from the National Institute of Mental Health (Dr. Manderscheid). This group had several major purposes, including identifying common, core data on human resources from each discipline, preparing a chapter for Mental Health 1990, identifying data gaps, coming up with plans to address those gaps, and improving survey compatibility between the involved disciplines.
psychiatry, psychology, mental health, social work, nursing, human resources
Human Resources Management | Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing | Psychiatry and Psychology
Peterson B.D., West J.C., Tanielian, T., Pincus H.A., et al. (1998). Mental health practitioners and trainees. In Manderscheid R. & Henderson, M.J. (Eds.), Mental health United States(pp. 99-3285). Department of Health and Human Services Pub (SMA) Washington, D.C., U.S. Government Printing Office.