Developing service user involvement in the South Korean disability services: lessons from the experience of community care policy and practice in UK.

  title={Developing service user involvement in the South Korean disability services: lessons from the experience of community care policy and practice in UK.},
  author={Yong Deug Kim and Liz Ross},
  journal={Health \& social care in the community},
  volume={16 2},
  • Y. Kim, L. Ross
  • Published 2008
  • Business, Medicine
  • Health & social care in the community
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