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Evaluating the effectiveness of the Mental Health Collaborative as an approach to bringing about improvements to admission, stay and discharge on Acute Wards in the Trent and Northern & Yorkshire regions. An Action Research project

Robert, G; Hardacre, J; Locock, L; Bate, SP; (2002) Evaluating the effectiveness of the Mental Health Collaborative as an approach to bringing about improvements to admission, stay and discharge on Acute Wards in the Trent and Northern & Yorkshire regions. An Action Research project. Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham: Birmingham.

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Type: Report
Title: Evaluating the effectiveness of the Mental Health Collaborative as an approach to bringing about improvements to admission, stay and discharge on Acute Wards in the Trent and Northern & Yorkshire regions. An Action Research project
Keywords: ADMISSION, As, discharge, Effectiveness, health, IMPROVEMENT, mental health, MENTAL-HEALTH, project, REGION, regions, Research
UCL classification: UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Population Health Sciences > Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care > CHIME
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/84331
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