Quality in Medium Secure Units

Allured, Ian
September 2005
Mental Health Review;Sep2005, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p21
Academic Journal
Looks at the quality of services provided by mental health professionals in the medium secure units of mental institutions in Great Britain. Information on the clinical governance in the units; List of quality standards for the units; Role of the Health Advisory Service in mental health standards implementation.


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