Community-based Psychiatry: Challenges and Solutions

All-Russia Scientific Conference “Community-based Psychiatry: Challenges and Solutions” devoted to memory of the great scientist V.S.Yastrebov was held on 21 March in Moscow, Russia. The Conference goal was to discuss the best practicies in the field of psychosocial rehabilitation. The reports were delivered by Russian and foreign experts including Tatiana Klyushnik, Tatiana Solokhina, Vladimir Borodin, Oleg Limankin, Elena Gutkevich, Arkady Shmilovich, Oleg Skugarevsky (Belorussia), and the others.
 

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