Increasing returns

Lawton-Smith, Simon
September 2005
Mental Health Today;Sep2005, p16
Focuses on the numbers of mentally ill who would be subjected to compulsory community treatment under the Mental Health Act in Great Britain. Purpose served by compulsory community treatment; Factors that determine the use of community treatment orders; Conditions that must be met before placing patients to compulsory treatment.


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