Mental Health Work In The Community: Theory And Practice In Social Work And Community Psychiatric Nursing
A presentation of a comparative analysis of the work of mental health social workers and community psychiatric nurses, an issue of importance because of "community care" and also important as much of their work territory overlaps. The findings are more favourable to social workers.
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