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Low-threshold consulting services for dementia : Quality criteria from a provider's point of view.

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Summary of "Low-threshold consulting services for dementia : Quality criteria from a provider's point of view."

Low-threshold consulting services are becoming increasingly more important as an addition to outpatient and inpatient services.

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