A Standardized Assessment of the Work Behaviour of Psychiatric Patients

Griffiths, R. D. P.
March 1973
British Journal of Psychiatry;Mar73, Vol. 122 Issue 568, p346
Academic Journal
An abstract of the article "A Standardized Assessment of the Work Behaviour of Psychiatric Patients," by R. D. P. Griffiths is presented. The paper describes the development of a standardized report for the assessment of the work behavior of psychiatric patients in hospital workshops and clerical units. It aims to provide a fairly comprehensive measure for identifying a patient's assets and problems.


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