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Volume 17, Number 2, March 2009

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Creating and sustaining disadvantage: the relevance of a social exclusion framework
pp. 116-124(9)
Authors: Grenier, Amanda M.; Guberman, Nancy

Information issues for providers of services to people with dementia living in the community in Australia: breaking the cycle of frustration
pp. 141-150(10)
Authors: Robinson, Andrew; Emden, Carolyn; Lea, Emma; Elder, Jean; Turner, Paul; Vickers, James

SESAMI study of employment support for people with severe mental health problems: 12-month outcomes
pp. 151-158(8)
Authors: Schneider, Justine; Slade, Jan; Secker, Jenny; Rinaldi, Miles; Boyce, Melanie; Johnson, Robyn; Floyd, Mike; Grove, Bob

Gender differences among Canadian spousal caregivers at the end of life
pp. 159-166(8)
Authors: Brazil, Kevin; Thabane, Lehana; Foster, Gary; Bédard, Michel

The effects of social support on maternal anxiety and depression after stillbirth
pp. 167-176(10)
Authors: Cacciatore, Joanne; Schnebly, Stephen; Froen, J. Frederik

Developing community in care homes through a relationship-centred approach
pp. 177-186(10)
Author: Brown Wilson, Christine

Exploring negative evaluations of health care by Polish patients: an attempt at cross-cultural comparison
pp. 187-193(7)
Authors: Marcinowicz, Ludmiła; Grębowski, Ryszard; Chlabicz, Sławomir

Professional and service-user perceptions of self-help in primary care mental health services
pp. 209-215(7)
Authors: Pratt, Rebekah; Halliday, Emma; Maxwell, Margaret

Improving transfer of mental health care for rural and remote consumers in South Australia
pp. 216-224(9)
Authors: Taylor, Judy; Edwards, Jane; Kelly, Fiona; Fielke, Ken

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