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How therapists and patients need to develop a clinical feedback system after 18 months of use in a practice-research network: a qualitative study
International Journal of Mental Health Systems, May 2021
Christian Moltu, Andrew A. McAleavey, Marianne M. Helleseth, Geir Helge Møller, Sam S. Nordberg
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