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Focus on psychiatry in France

  • Hélène Verdoux (a1) and Jean Tignol (a2)

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The aim of this paper is to give an overview of the various facets of psychiatry in France. The selection of topics discussed, as well as the views expressed in this paper, are our own, and some of them might not reflect the views of other French psychiatrists.

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