European Association for Forensic Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychology and Other Involved Professions (EFCAP)
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1997, The Hague (Netherlands).
Improve facilities and facilitate joint international scientific research to promote interdisciplinary training and interdisciplinary education; exchange data obtained from research, and practical experiences and innovative research and treatment methods; gather information on and contribute to national and European policy, in so far as this policy affects young people; raise awareness of the need for constant change in criminal and civil justice systems, so as to provide for the interests and development requirements of children and young people.Available with paid subscription only.
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