Magical thinking and moral injury: exclusion culture in psychiatry - Beale C.

This is an article about exclusion. We might not like to admit it - even fail to realise it - but National Health Service (NHS) mental health service structures have become increasingly focused on how to deny people care instead of help them to access it. ...
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