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Psychiatric Morbidity in Homeless Women

  • E. Jane Marshall and John L. Reed

Abstract

The psychiatric status of 70 homeless women from two direct-access hostels in inner-London was assessed. Detailed sociodemographic, psychiatric and physical illness data were also collected, and where possible, verified from psychiatric and general hospital sources. Forty-five women met DSM–III–R criteria for schizophrenia, but few were in contact with the psychiatric services or in receipt of any treatment.

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Psychiatric Morbidity in Homeless Women

  • E. Jane Marshall and John L. Reed
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