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Ethnic differences in satisfaction with mental health services among representative people with psychosis in south London: PRiSM study 4.

Ethnic differences in satisfaction with mental health services among representative people with... Previous studies show that among Black Caribbeans there is a higher prevalence of schizophrenia and higher levels of both voluntary and compulsory admissions. These suggest that Black Caribbean patients may find psychiatric services less appropriate to their needs. The aim of this study was to establish the satisfaction with mental health services of representative psychosis patients in South London, especially in relation to ethnic group. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science Pubmed

Ethnic differences in satisfaction with mental health services among representative people with psychosis in south London: PRiSM study 4.

The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science , Volume 171: -255 – Oct 30, 1997

Ethnic differences in satisfaction with mental health services among representative people with psychosis in south London: PRiSM study 4.


Abstract

Previous studies show that among Black Caribbeans there is a higher prevalence of schizophrenia and higher levels of both voluntary and compulsory admissions. These suggest that Black Caribbean patients may find psychiatric services less appropriate to their needs. The aim of this study was to establish the satisfaction with mental health services of representative psychosis patients in South London, especially in relation to ethnic group.

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ISSN
0007-1250
DOI
10.1192/bjp.171.3.260
pmid
9337981

Abstract

Previous studies show that among Black Caribbeans there is a higher prevalence of schizophrenia and higher levels of both voluntary and compulsory admissions. These suggest that Black Caribbean patients may find psychiatric services less appropriate to their needs. The aim of this study was to establish the satisfaction with mental health services of representative psychosis patients in South London, especially in relation to ethnic group.

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The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental sciencePubmed

Published: Oct 30, 1997

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