Independent Nurse: Worth a look

February 2006
GP: General Practitioner;2/3/2006, p105
The article focuses on a book named "The Institute of Health Sciences Primary Care Mental Health," which provides information on the latest primary care mental health research in Great Britain. The book mainly discusses the information on the latest primary care mental health research that has been published by the Institute of Health Sciences (IHS), a networked organization of groups within the University of Manchester, Manchester, England. The book aims to give health professionals an overview of finished projects or those being worked on at IHS.


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