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Towards a ‘forensic lens’ model of multidisciplinary training
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Multi-disciplinary working in a forensic mental health setting: ethical codes of reference
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Reconciling voices
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Commentary
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Letter to the Editor
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Spirituality in Health Care Contexts
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Law and Ethics for Clinicians
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