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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 9, Number 5, October 2002

Introduction to the forensic themed section
pp. 507-509(3)
Author: Woods, Phil

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Towards a ‘forensic lens’ model of multidisciplinary training
pp. 541-551(11)
Authors: mason, tom; carton, gerry

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Multi-disciplinary working in a forensic mental health setting: ethical codes of reference
pp. 563-572(10)
Authors: Mason, T.; Williams, R.; Vivian-Byrne, S.

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Principles and strategies for teaching therapeutic responses to self-harm
pp. 573-583(11)
Authors: mcAllister, M.; estefan, A.

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Reconciling voices
pp. 603-610(8)
Authors: Casey, B.; Long, A.

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Commentary
pp. 622-626(5)
Author: Grant, Alec

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Letter to the Editor
pp. 626-627(2)
Author: Holmes, Colin A.

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Spirituality in Health Care Contexts
pp. 630-630(1)
Author: Beech, Ian

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Developing Community Nursing Practice
pp. 630-631(2)
Author: Weeks, Stephen

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Law and Ethics for Clinicians
pp. 632-633(2)
Author: Kinton, Mat

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