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After-care in Cases of Mental Disorder, and the Desirability of its More Extended Scope

  • C. Hubert Bond (a1)

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At the request of the Council, and with your permission, I propose to lay before you this afternoon the following points for your consideration: firstly, the importance of organised after-care in cases discharged recovered or relieved from mental disorder; secondly, the lamentably small proportion of these discharged cases which are brought under the notice of those engaged in after-care; thirdly, the limitations imposed by the constitution of this Association in its practice of after-care; and lastly, certain suggestions—partly the outcome of conversations with your Secretary, Mr. Thornhill Roxby—with a view to increasing the scope of the Association's work.

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(1) Being a paper read at the Annual Meeting of the After-Care Association, February 25th 1913.

After-care in Cases of Mental Disorder, and the Desirability of its More Extended Scope

  • C. Hubert Bond (a1)

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After-care in Cases of Mental Disorder, and the Desirability of its More Extended Scope

  • C. Hubert Bond (a1)
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