Physical Coercion, Perceived Pressures and Procedural Justice in the Involuntary Admission and Future Engagement With Mental Health Services
European psychiatry : the journal of the Association of European Psychiatrists 2011 May; 26(4): 208-14
We sought to determine the level of procedural justice experienced by individuals at the time of involuntary admission and whether this influenced future engagement with the mental health services.
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