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oa Modern Medicine - Do psychotherapeutic techniques have a place in primary care?

 

Abstract

A variety of arguments can be advanced against managing patients with psychological problems in general practice, among them the time-consuming nature of the techniques involved, the inevitable blurring of interdisciplinary boundaries and the fact that most of these patients can be expected to get well in time, with or without intervention.

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1984-04-01
2016-12-08
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