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What makes community psychiatric nurses label non-psychotic chronic patients as ‘difficult’: patient, professional, treatment and social variables

By B. Koekkoek, B. van Meijel, B. Tiemens, A. Schene and G. Hutschemaekers
Topics: Original Paper
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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