Managing Chronic Psychotic Patients: A Clinical and a Political Point of View
A massive growth in mental health services has taken place over the past 20 years as psychiatry has widened its boundaries (Richman and Barry 1985). But what has happened to the needs of the long-term psychotic patients in this era of deinstitutionalization? Have they been neglected despite the advances?
KeywordsEconomic Crisis Schizophrenia Chol
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