Promoting teacher mental health literacy: Supporting children of parents with a mental health issue

Harsch S, Bruland D, Bittlingamyer UH, Okan O, Bauer U (2018)
In: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH., 28(Suppl. 4). OXFORD UNIV PRESS: 287.

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Harsch S, Bruland D, Bittlingamyer UH, Okan O, Bauer U. Promoting teacher mental health literacy: Supporting children of parents with a mental health issue. In: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. Vol 28. OXFORD UNIV PRESS; 2018: 287.
Harsch, S., Bruland, D., Bittlingamyer, U. H., Okan, O., & Bauer, U. (2018). Promoting teacher mental health literacy: Supporting children of parents with a mental health issue. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, 28, 287. OXFORD UNIV PRESS.
Harsch, S., Bruland, D., Bittlingamyer, U. H., Okan, O., and Bauer, U. (2018). “Promoting teacher mental health literacy: Supporting children of parents with a mental health issue” in EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, vol. 28, (OXFORD UNIV PRESS), 287.
Harsch, S., et al., 2018. Promoting teacher mental health literacy: Supporting children of parents with a mental health issue. In EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. no.28 OXFORD UNIV PRESS, pp. 287.
S. Harsch, et al., “Promoting teacher mental health literacy: Supporting children of parents with a mental health issue”, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, vol. 28, OXFORD UNIV PRESS, 2018, pp.287.
Harsch, S., Bruland, D., Bittlingamyer, U.H., Okan, O., Bauer, U.: Promoting teacher mental health literacy: Supporting children of parents with a mental health issue. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. 28, p. 287. OXFORD UNIV PRESS (2018).
Harsch, S., Bruland, Dirk, Bittlingamyer, U. H., Okan, Orkan, and Bauer, Ullrich. “Promoting teacher mental health literacy: Supporting children of parents with a mental health issue”. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. OXFORD UNIV PRESS, 2018.Vol. 28. 287.