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What happens when effective outpatient civil commitment is terminated?

New Directions for Mental Health Services

Oct 1, 1997

M R MunetzS Vuddagiri

PMID: 9283193

Abstract

Outpatient civil commitment can be effective in slowing the revolving door for selected patients, but it may not be the best mechanism for ensuring treatment over time.

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Outpatient Commitment
Outcomes Research
Outpatients
Urgent Care
Patient Readmission
Schizophreniform Disorders
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What happens when effective outpatient civil commitment is terminated?

New Directions for Mental Health Services

Oct 1, 1997

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