Interdisciplinary Team Practice: Issues and Trends

McNeil, John S.

Published by Praeger, 1985, 1985
ISBN 10: 0030716764 / ISBN 13: 9780030716768
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The articles collected in this volume provide a comprehensive review of the state-of-the-art in interdisciplinary team practice in mental health related fields. Increased specialization and cost, new legislation and policies by federal, state, local and private institutions, along with increased consumer awareness and other factors have contributed to the growth of interdisciplinary teams. Throughout the work the authors demonstrate how micro and macro systems influence team practices and examine the cost and benefit effectiveness of this type of health care.

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Title: Interdisciplinary Team Practice: Issues and ...
Publisher: Praeger, 1985
Publication Date: 1985
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Very Good
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McNeil, John S.
Published by Praeger, 1985 (1985)
ISBN 10: 0030716764 ISBN 13: 9780030716768
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