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The EUNOMIA project on coercion in psychiatry: study design and preliminary data.

@article{Kallert2005TheEP,
  title={The EUNOMIA project on coercion in psychiatry: study design and preliminary data.},
  author={Thomas W. Kallert and Matthias Gl{\"o}ckner and Georgi Onchev and Jiř{\'i} Raboch and Anastasia Karastergiou and Zahava Solomon and Lorenza Magliano and Algirdas Dembinskas and Andrzej Kiejna and Pětr Nawka and Francisco Torres-Gonz{\'a}lez and Stefan Priebe and Lars Kjellin},
  journal={World psychiatry : official journal of the World Psychiatric Association},
  year={2005},
  volume={4 3},
  pages={
          168-72
        }
}
Previous national research has shown significant variation in several aspects of coercive treatment measures in psychiatry. The EUNOMIA project, an international study funded by the European Commission, aims to assess the clinical practice of these measures and their outcomes. Its naturalistic and epidemiological design is being implemented at 13 centres in 12 European countries. This article describes the design of the study and provides preliminary data on the catchment areas, staff… Expand
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