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Qualitative methods in psychiatric research

  • Christine Brown and Keith Lloyd
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“Evidence-based medicine builds upon, rather than disparages or neglects, the evidence gained from good clinical skills and sound clinical experience.” (Sackett, 1995: p. 840)

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  • Christine Brown and Keith Lloyd
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