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Specialised teams or personal continuity across inpatient and outpatient mental healthcare? Study protocol for a natural experiment

Bibliographic reference Giacco, Domenico ; Bird, Victoria Jane ; Mc Crone, Paul ; Lorant, Vincent ; Nicaise, Pablo ; et. al. Specialised teams or personal continuity across inpatient and outpatient mental healthcare? Study protocol for a natural experiment. In: B M J Open, Vol. 5, no. e008996, p. 1-12 (25/11/2015)
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