General Hospital Psychiatry: Referral Source and the Outcome of Treatment
The outcome of treatment of psychiatric in-patients depends on several groups of factors which are related to: 1. the patient, 2. his illness, 3. the quality of the treatment used.
KeywordsEating Disorder Personality Disorder Referral Source Adjustment Disorder Inpatient Psychiatric Treatment
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