The new frontier: neuroscience advancements and their impact on nonprofit behavioral health care providers
Alliance for Children and Families, 2005 - Business & Economics - 28 pages
"This report is the first of a multi-year project that focuses on exploring how advancements in neuroscience will impact the abilities of nonprofit human services providers to organize and deliver behavioral health services in the future." Preface.
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