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Working Well: how the Retain project has supported workers in Brighton with mental health problems.

By Josh Cameron, Carl Walker and Imogen Haslam
Topics: B600 Health Research
Publisher: RMMF (Making Recovery Reality); Community University Partnership (CUPP); University of Brighton
Year: 2009
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