Network Participation and Network Anchorage Among Long-Term Psychiatric Patients
In an earlier paperl, presented in this symposium, it was described how a group of former long-term psychi-atric patients reported a higher quality of life compared to groups living alone or still living in the psychiatric hospital.
KeywordsSocial Network Psychiatric Hospital Psychiatric Patient Hospital Group Treatment Staff
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