2 edition of model of psychiatric care for Ottawa-Carleton = found in the catalog.
model of psychiatric care for Ottawa-Carleton =
Ottawa-Carleton Regional District Health Council.
|Other titles||Report of the Joint Committee of the Chiefs of Psychiatry and the Mental Health Board to Council., Rapport du Comité mixte des directeurs de services psychiatriques et du Comité de la santé mentale|
|Statement||prepared by Dr. Catherine McCourt.|
|Contributions||McCourt, Catherine., Conseil de santé pour le district régional Ottawa-Carleton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||75, 77 p.|
|Number of Pages||77|
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