Impact of substance use and other risk factor exposures on conviction rates by people with a psychotic illness and other mental disorders.

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Summary of "Impact of substance use and other risk factor exposures on conviction rates by people with a psychotic illness and other mental disorders."

To examine the impact of substance use and other risk factors on conviction rates in people with a psychotic illness (PI) and other mental disorders (OMD) compared to those with no mental illness (NMI).


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Name: Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology
ISSN: 1433-9285


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