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Patients with severe mental illness: a most difficult-to-treat patient population
Psychiatric services for people with severe mental illness across western Europe: what can be generalized from current knowledge about differences in provision, costs and outcomes of mental health care?
Becker, T.; Kilian, R.
Severe mental illness across cultures
Heavy use of acute in-patient psychiatric services: the challenge to translate a utilization pattern into service provision
Junghan, U. M.; Brenner, H. D.
Deconstructing home-based care for mental illness: can one identify the effective ingredients?
Burns, T.; Catty, J.; Wright, C.
Intervention effects of supplying homeless individuals with permanent housing: a 3-year prospective study
Fichter, M. M.; Quadflieg, N.
The relationship between mental illness severity and stigma
Gaebel, W.; Zäske, H.; Baumann, A. E.
Determinants of quality of life in people with severe mental illness
Do mental health professionals stigmatize their patients?
Lauber, C.; Nordt, C.; Braunschweig, C.; Rössler, W.
Family burden and social network in schizophrenia vs. physical diseases: preliminary results from an Italian national study
Magliano, L.; Fiorillo, A.; Rosa, C.; Maj, M.
Severe mental illness in depression
Möller, H.-J.; Bottlender, R.
The therapeutic relationship in psychiatric settings
Priebe, S.; McCabe, R.
Early detection and treatment of schizophrenia: how early?
Riecher-Rössler, A.; Gschwandtner, U.; Borgwardt, S.; Aston, J.; Pflüger, M.; Rössler, W.
The Australian experience of deinstitutionalization: interaction of Australian culture with the development and reform of its mental health services
Evaluating a community-based mental health service focusing on severe mental illness. The Verona experience
Tansella, M.; Amaddeo, F.; Burti, L.; Lasalvia, A.; Ruggeri, M.
Social psychiatry and public mental health: present situation and future objectives Time for rethinking and renaissance?
The chronic psychiatric patient: problems, promises and perspectives, past, present and future
Talbott, J. A.
Who decides what evidence is? Developing a multiple perspectives paradigm in mental health
Rose, D.; Thornicroft, G.; Slade, M.
Needs of people with severe mental illness
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