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Key learning points: NICE post-traumatic stress disorder

2019-03-22T11:51:00+00:00By Dr Jonathan Leach, Professor Neil Greenberg, Dr Odette Megnin-Viggars

Dr Jonathan Leach, Professor Neil Greenberg, and Dr Odette Megnin-Viggars identify five key learning points from the updated NICE PTSD guideline

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