Residential Conditions for Long-Term Psychiatric Patients: Its Implication for Subjective Reported Quality of Life
This is the first of two papers presenting some preliminary results from an ongoing study of long-term psychiatric patients.
KeywordsPsychiatric Hospital Residential Condition Personal Freedom Hospital Group Total Institution
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