L'efficacia dei personal budget per le persone con problemi di salute mentale: una revisione sistematica della letteratura internazionale

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L'efficacia dei personal budget per le persone con problemi di salute mentale : una revisione sistematica della letteratura internazionale. / Webber, Martin; Treacy, Samantha; Carr, Sarah; Clark, Mike; Parker, Gillian.

In: Autonomie Locali e Servizi Sociali, Vol. 2, 08.2014, p. 221-238.

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Webber, M, Treacy, S, Carr, S, Clark, M & Parker, G 2014, 'L'efficacia dei personal budget per le persone con problemi di salute mentale: una revisione sistematica della letteratura internazionale', Autonomie Locali e Servizi Sociali, vol. 2, pp. 221-238. https://doi.org/10.1447/78782

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Webber, M., Treacy, S., Carr, S., Clark, M., & Parker, G. (2014). L'efficacia dei personal budget per le persone con problemi di salute mentale: una revisione sistematica della letteratura internazionale. Autonomie Locali e Servizi Sociali, 2, 221-238. https://doi.org/10.1447/78782

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Webber M, Treacy S, Carr S, Clark M, Parker G. L'efficacia dei personal budget per le persone con problemi di salute mentale: una revisione sistematica della letteratura internazionale. Autonomie Locali e Servizi Sociali. 2014 Aug;2:221-238. https://doi.org/10.1447/78782

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Webber, Martin ; Treacy, Samantha ; Carr, Sarah ; Clark, Mike ; Parker, Gillian. / L'efficacia dei personal budget per le persone con problemi di salute mentale : una revisione sistematica della letteratura internazionale. In: Autonomie Locali e Servizi Sociali. 2014 ; Vol. 2. pp. 221-238.

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