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The Decision to Adopt Evidence-Based and Other Innovative Mental Health Practices: Risky Business?

The Decision to Adopt Evidence-Based and Other Innovative Mental Health Practices: Risky Business?

Psychiatric Services 57(8): 1153-1161

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DOI: 10.1176/ps.2006.57.8.1153

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