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On measuring the changes in psychiatric care systems: results in an urban area (Vienna)

  • Stephan Rudas (a1)
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Vienna, a city with a population of 1.5 million, as well as being the capital of Austria is also one of its nine provinces. Care for the mentally ill in Vienna, as elsewhere, was for decades either misguided or poor. The large mental hospitals in the city were seriously overcrowded and understaffed. In the extramural sector, there was an enormous deficit in out-patient and complementary facilities.

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On measuring the changes in psychiatric care systems: results in an urban area (Vienna)

  • Stephan Rudas (a1)
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