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The NHS Information Management and Technology strategy from a mental health perspective

  • Susan Knight

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Healthcare organisations are currently in the midst of a period of fundamental change. Mental health services in particular have moved away from institutional care towards a complex inter-related community health social and voluntary model of service delivery, involving a diverse range of care professionals and commissioners.

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HMSO (1984) Data Protection Act. London: HMSO.
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