Patient satisfaction with a mood disorders unit: elements and components.

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Patient satisfaction is an indicator of effective service provision and may influence compliance with treatment. Of 265 patients attending a specialised mood disorders unit and surveyed at least two years after their initial contact, 221 (83%) replied. Characteristics of responders and non-responders were compared on demographic and clinical information… (More)

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@article{Eyers1994PatientSW, title={Patient satisfaction with a mood disorders unit: elements and components.}, author={Kerrie Eyers and Henry Brodaty and K. Roy and G. Parker and Philip M. Boyce and Kathleen Wilhelm and Ian B. Hickie and Philip Mitchell}, journal={The Australian and New Zealand journal of psychiatry}, year={1994}, volume={28 2}, pages={279-87} }