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Leadership in the mental health service: what role for doctors?

  • John Reed (a1)
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Policy and practice in the cart of people with a mental Illness has been changing radically for many years. This article draws attention to the Important role doctors can play in Influencing the development of central policies and to the need for leadership, including leadership by doctors, in developing a mental health service for the next century.

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