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Community treatment orders should be introduced in the Republic of Ireland

  • C. McDonald (a1), R. O’Reilly (a2), B.D Kelly (a3) (a4) and Tom Burns (a5) (a6)
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*Address for correspondence: Prof. Colm McDonald, Clinical Science Institute, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway, Ireland. (Email: colm.mcdonald@nuigalway.ie)
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Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine
  • ISSN: 0790-9667
  • EISSN: 2051-6967
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