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We have five copies of this book to give away
One in three or four patients seen in primary care has a mental health problem. There are straightforward and effective treatments available for many of these conditions and the primary health care clinicians themselves can treat some successfully. Many secondary care services for mental health are working towards earlier discharge, making primary care an important place for delivering mental health care.
This book aims to provide an uncomplicated guide to the mental health problems that are routinely managed in primary care. It is suitable for students and for clinicians working in primary care.
To enter the draw, email your details using the form below.
The draw will take place on July 31st 2012. Winners will be notified by email, telephone or post. A list of winners will be posted at www.mentalhealthpractice.co.uk.
Terms and conditions: only one entry per reader. The prize is as stated and no cash alternative will be offered. The judge's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.