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Aspasia Goula, Evaggelos Margetis, Maria-Aggeliki Stamouli, Dimitra Latsou, Vasiliki Gkioka. Differences of mentally ill patients’ satisfaction degree during their involuntary or voluntary stay in a psychiatric clinicJournal of Public Health Research 2021;  doi: 10.4081/jphr.2021.2052
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