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  • George Ikkos (a1), Paul St. John-Smith (a2) and Daniel McQueen (a3)
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1 Craddock, N, Kerr, M, Thapar, A. What is the core expertise of the psychiatrist? Psychiatrist 2010; 34: 457–60.
2 Ikkos, G, Bouras, N, McQueen, D, St John-Smith, P. Medicine, affect and mental health services. World Psychiatry 2010; 9: 35–6.
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What is the object of the psychiatrist's expertise?

  • George Ikkos (a1), Paul St. John-Smith (a2) and Daniel McQueen (a3)
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