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Creating the infrastructure for mental health research

  • Graham Thornicroft, Jonathan Bindman, David Goldberg, Kevin Gournay and Peter Huxley (a1)...
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The purpose of this paper is to identify the important gaps in research coverage, particularly in areas key to the National Service Framework for Mental Health (NSF-MH) (Department of Health, 1999) and the NHS Plan (Department of Health, 2000), and to translate these gaps into researchable questions, with a view to developing a potential research agenda for consideration by research funders.

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Creating the infrastructure for mental health research

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