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Accredited accommodation: an alternative to in-patient care in rural north Powys

  • C. Readhead, R. Henderson, G. Hughes and J. Nickless (a1)
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Various alternatives to psychiatric in-patient care have recently been reviewed (Boardman & Hodgson, 2000). The Accredited Accommodation Scheme in north Powys represents a novel, local alternative to in-patient care, for a targeted group of patients with enduring forms of mental illness.

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Accredited accommodation: an alternative to in-patient care in rural north Powys

  • C. Readhead, R. Henderson, G. Hughes and J. Nickless (a1)
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