טיפול פסיכיאטרי אסרטיבי בקהילה לשיפור (Assertive Community Treatment) תוצאות ויעילות בטיפול במצבי נפש קשים - צורך אמיתי עם יעילות כלכלית

ישראלי, דוד; שטראוס, ישראל
December 2016
Ha-Refuah;Dec2016, Vol. 155 Issue 12, p767
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