Rose, Sylvia; Walker, Steven; Cooke, Tim; Watson, Simon; Goossen, Lori
January 2010
Community Care;1/7/2010, Issue 1800, p12
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "The road to recovery," "The use of restraint in care homes," and the commentary on the state of social work in the December 3, 2009 issue.


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