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Pönkkö, Maija-Leena; Ebeling, Hanna; Taanila, Anja; Linna, Sirkka-Liisa (2002)
Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
Journal: International Journal of Circumpolar Health
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: behavioural problem, mental health services, psychiatric disorder, school-aged children

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The purpose is to present the views of comprehensive school and senior secondary school teachers working in the Oulu province in Northern Finland concerning the behavioural and emotional disorders of their pupils, the actions taken by teachers to refer pupils for consultation, and the functionality of mental health services. The data were collected by questionnaires in 1998 and 2000. According to the teachers' estimates, the behavioural and emotional disorders of pupils have both increased in number and become more severe at all levels of primary and secondary education. The teachers of comprehensive schools and special schools mostly contacted the parents when a pupil was found to have psychiatric symptoms. At the early stages of referral the teachers often also consulted with the pupil welfare team for support. The teachers of senior secondary schools contacted primarily the school nurse and secondarily the parents. Teachers were content with the psychiatric health care services if their pupils benefited from them, but the availability of services and the flow of information were problems. It was also difficult to decide when to refer a pupil for consultation and treatment. The responsibilities and obligations for the availability and functionality of mental health services for children and adolescents were re-defined and specified in a statute enforced as of January 2001. The question is how can we convert responsibilities and obligations into practical action?(Int J Circumpolar Health 2002; 61(1):6-16)Keywords: behavioural problem, mental health services, psychiatric disorder, school-aged children
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