Does the quality and outcomes framework reduce psychiatric admissions in people with serious mental illness? A regression analysis

Gutacker, Nils; Mason, Anne R.; Kendrick, Tony; Goddard, Maria; Gravelle, Hugh; Gilbody, Simon; Aylott, Lauren; Wainwright, June; Jacobs, Rowena
April 2015
BMJ Open;Apr2015, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p1
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