Hospital admissions for mental illness

Sibbald, Barbara
November 2005
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/22/2005, Vol. 173 Issue 11, p1310
Academic Journal
Highlights results of a study from the Canadian Institute for Health Information about hospital stays for mental illness in 2002-2003. Proportion of hospital stays during 2002-2003 that can be attributed to mentally ill patients; Range of psychiatric disorders associated with majority of these stays.


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