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An update on the activities of the College Research Unit

  • Paul Lelliott (a1)
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The College Research Unit (CRU) has expanded rapidly since the Psychiatric Bulletin published a description of its establishment and early audit work (Lelliott, 1992).

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An update on the activities of the College Research Unit

  • Paul Lelliott (a1)
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