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Ordinary risks and accepted fictions: how contrasting and competing priorities work in risk assessment and mental health care planning

Michael Coffey Orcid Logo, Rachel Cohen, Alison Faulkner, Ben Hannigan, Alan Simpson, Sally Barlow

Health Expectations, Volume: 20, Issue: 3, Pages: 471 - 483

Swansea University Author: Michael Coffey Orcid Logo

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DOI (Published version): 10.1111/hex.12474

Published in: Health Expectations
ISSN: 13696513
Published: 2017
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