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GZ - Psychologie

, Volume 9, Issue 4, pp 16–21 | Cite as

QIT4kids: ROMMEN bij jonge patiënten

  • Nele Stinckens
  • Remy De Gouw
In de praktijk

Samenvatting

Hoewel kinderen een groot aandeel hebben in de patiëntenpopulatie van de ggz, richten de meeste feedbackinstrumenten zich op de behandeling vanvolwassen patiënten. In september 2015 startte de Vlaamse organisatie Quality Improvement in Treatment (QIT) met de ontwikkeling van QIT4kids, een webapplicatie voor kinderen, jongeren en hun ondersteunend netwerk.

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© Bohn Stafleu van Loghum 2017

Authors and Affiliations

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  2. 2.Universiteit AntwerpenAntwerpBelgium

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