Do patterns of mental healthcare predict treatment failure in young people with schizophrenia? Evidence from an Italian population-based cohort study

Corrao, Giovanni; Soranna, Davide; Merlino, Luca; Monzani, Emiliano; Viganò, Caterina; Lora, Antonio
June 2015
BMJ Open;Jun2015, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p1
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