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Mental health epidemiology and services research. Contributions to US health care reform

  • Darrel A. Regier
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Indirizzo per la corrispondenza: Dr. D.A. Regier, Division of Epidemiology and Services Research, National Institute of Mental Health, 5600 Fishers Lane, 20857 Rockville MD (USA). Fax (+1)301-4045

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National Advisory Mental Health Council (1993).Health care reform for Americans with severe mental illnesses: report of the National Advisory Mental Health Council. American Journal of Psychiatry 150, 14471465.
National Institute of Mental Health (1993). The Value of Psychiatric Treatments: Its Efficacy in Severe Mental Disorders. Special issue in Psychopharmacology Bulletin 29, No. 4.
Regier, D.A. (1986). Mental health service policy implications of epidemiologic data. In Mental Disorders in the Community (ed. Barrett, J. and Rose, R.M.). Guilfotd: New York.
Regier, D.A., Narrow, W.E., Rae, D.S., Manderscheid, R.W., Locke, B.Z. & Goodwin, F.K. (1993). The de facto mental and addictive disorders service system. Archives of General Psychiatry 50, 8594.

Mental health epidemiology and services research. Contributions to US health care reform

  • Darrel A. Regier

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