Psychiatrists' religious attitudes in relation to their clinical practice: a survey of 231 psychiatrists.

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A total of 231 psychiatrists working in several London teaching hospitals were surveyed about their private religious attitudes and how these affected their reported clinical practice. Although only 27% reported a religious affiliation and 23% a belief in God, 92% felt that psychiatrists should concern themselves with the religious concerns of their… (More)

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@article{Neeleman1993PsychiatristsRA, title={Psychiatrists' religious attitudes in relation to their clinical practice: a survey of 231 psychiatrists.}, author={Jan Neeleman and Michael Bruce King}, journal={Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica}, year={1993}, volume={88 6}, pages={420-4} }