Exploring Access to Mental Health and Primary Care Services for People With Severe Mental Illness During the COVID-19 Restrictions

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References: Newbronner E, Spanakis P, Wadman R, Crossland S, Heron P, Johnston G, Walker L, Gilbody S, Peckham E. Exploring Access to Mental Health and Primary Care Services for People With Severe Mental Illness During the COVID-19 Restrictions. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 2022. doi: 10.3389/fpsyt.2021.794585

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Elizabeth Newbronner, Panagiotis Spanakis, Ruth Wadman, Suzanne Crossland, Paul Heron, Gordon Johnston, Lauren Walker, Simon Gilbody, Emily Peckham

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