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Out-patients: a necessary evil?

  • MacDara McCauley (a1) and Curtis Obadan (a2)
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1 Killaspy, H. Why do psychiatrists have difficulty disengaging with the out-patient clinic? Invited commentary on … Why don't patients attend their appointments? Advan Psychiatr Treat 2007; 13: 435–7.
2 Holloway, F. Engaging with the out-patient clinic: don't throw the baby out with the bath water. Advan Psychiatr Treat 2008; 14: 159–60.
3 Mitchell, AJ, Selmes, T. Why don't patients attend their appointments? Maintaining engagement with psychiatric services. Advan Psychiatr Treat 2007; 13: 423–34.
4 Kelly, BD. Internal audit of attendances at a psychiatry outpatient clinic. Irish J Psychol Med 2008; 25: 136–40.
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Out-patients: a necessary evil?

  • MacDara McCauley (a1) and Curtis Obadan (a2)
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