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Comparison of attitudes of the psychiatrists and nurses towards patients with mental illness in a Chinese psychiatric hospital: Implications for training



Comparison of attitudes of the psychiatrists and nurses towards patients with mental illness in a Chinese psychiatric hospital: Implications for training



Asia-Pacific Psychiatry 8(1): 104-105




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PMID: 26871427

DOI: 10.1111/appy.12232


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