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Published by Trent Regional Health Authority in [Sheffield] .
Written in English


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Other titlesElderly people with mental health problems., People with mental health problems.
StatementSarah L. Williamson, S. Patricia Holmes, Christine A. Macleod.
ContributionsHolmes, S. Patricia., Macleod, Christine A., NHS Executive. Trent., Trent Regional Health Authority., King"s College, London. Centre for Mental Health Services Development.
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Open LibraryOL15216152M
ISBN 101898620326
OCLC/WorldCa277270009

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