The Future of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry
A well-known Finn once said: “Predictions are always problematic, and especially difficult is the prediction of the future”. Nevertheless, we can also say that there is a wealth of information available awaiting utilization. It therefore seems that the developmental prospects of the near future will, first and foremost, involve a review of the existing data by the different personnel groups in collaboration. Below, some examples of research data will be presented which might be relevant for the future planning.
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