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Health professionals' views of services for schizophrenia – fragmentation and inequality

  • Peter Haddad (a1) and Martin Knapp (a2) (a3)
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There has been much debate about effective treatments, service configurations and costs within Britain's mental health care system, but it has largely taken place in academic and management circles. We were interested in the views of those providing care. We organised a meeting of community psychiatric nurses, general practitioners and consultant psychiatrists (funded with an educational grant from Zeneca Pharmaceuticals). Participants worked in various parts of Great Britain, including rural and inner city areas. The authors facilitated the discussion, the emphasis of which was on participants' clinical experience.

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Health professionals' views of services for schizophrenia – fragmentation and inequality

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