Community psychiatric nurses (CPNs) fulfil an important role in caring for people with mental disorders in the community. They provide a monitoring and information service for patients and relatives and form a link between general practitioners (GPs) and psychiatrists. Some CPNs provide advice to GPs about prescribing psychotropic drugs. We studied the extent of this activity in a geographically-defined district and the views of GPs, CPNs and psychiatrists towards it.
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