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In this article we describe a six-month attachment to the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland undertaken as part of higher professional training. We discuss the training benefits of such an attachment, emphasising the valuable overview it provided of mental health policy and the use of guardianship and leave of absence.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Psychiatric Bulletin

Publication Date

01/01/1996

Volume

20

Pages

480 - 481