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Psychiatry in Its Social Aspects

  • Georgina R. F. McTavish (a1)

The social aspects of psychiatric work are assuming more importance, and it is being recognized that the work of an out-patient department for psychiatric cases is greatly facilitated and enhanced by the co-operation of social service workers, who have made a study of the economic and environmental conditions of the family.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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  • EISSN: 2514-9946
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Psychiatry in Its Social Aspects

  • Georgina R. F. McTavish (a1)
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