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The future of mental health research in primary care settings

  • Ann-Louise Kinmonth and Christopher Thompson
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Indirizzo per la corrispondenza: Professor C. Thompson, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, University of Southampton, Royal South Hants Hospital, Brintons Terrace, Southampton SO14 OYG (UK). Fax +44-(0)170-323 4243.

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The future of mental health research in primary care settings

  • Ann-Louise Kinmonth and Christopher Thompson

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