Child and adolescent psychiatry in Croatia
Child and adolescent psychiatry is a medical psychiatric discipline that primarily takes into account the emotional and social dimensions, which differentiates it from organologic adult psychiatry in the strict sense of the term. Furthermore, it concerns a particular population of children and adolescents who are in the process of development.
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