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Consumer survey of a mental health resource centre

  • Kate Sackett (a1) and Femi Oyebode (a2)
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The first British day hospital was established by Bierer in 1946; by the end of the 1950s there were 45 and during the next few years the number trebled. With the trend towards community care, day hospitals and centres have continued to increase in number.

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Consumer survey of a mental health resource centre

  • Kate Sackett (a1) and Femi Oyebode (a2)
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