What can be done for young people stuck in “health care limbo” when they leave paediatric services?
The teenage years are a time of transition, when young people must adapt to enormous physiological and emotional changes but also need time to aspire to the future. Young people living with chronic complex disease have dreams, but their challenges are amplified as they face transition from paediatric to adult health services and begin to take charge of their own complex health care needs.1
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