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Information systems for mental health care: uses, shapes and rhythms

  • Gyles R. Glover

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Mental health care is a complex undertaking. It involves care providers of many disciplines, administrative support staff, managers, funding bodies and of course carers and patients themselves. Each group has their own information needs; each, however, is primarily concerned with other things, and the importance of minimising the effort involved in amassing and accessing dependably accurate information cannot be stressed too highly.

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