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Psychosis with Coexisting Substance Misuse

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Psychosis with Coexisting Substance Misuse
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Publisher: British Psychological Society
ISBN/ASIN: 190802030X
ISBN-13: 9781908020307
Number of pages: 328

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This clinical guideline covers the assessment and management of adults and young people (aged 14 years and older) who have a clinical diagnosis of psychosis (schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or other affective psychosis) and coexisting substance misuse (harmful use of any psychotropic substance including alcohol and legal or illicit drugs).

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