E. L. CAVENY
In recent years we have been hearing more and more about the broad and important subject of mental health. Lay and professional people are waking up to the realization of its tremendous implications. Most assuredly, it is a subject that has wide ramifications and in varying degrees affects all social and working groups—schools and teachers, churches and ministers, states and legislators, the armed forces and military personnel, medicine and physicians. In this ever-increasing problem, the burden as well as the guidance will continue to be that of the medical profession: the general practitioner and the psychiatrist alike.
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CAVENY EL. THE UTILIZATION OF PSYCHIATRIC MARGINAL MANPOWER IN MILITARY SERVICE(THE UTILIZATION OF PSYCHIATRIC MARGINAL MANPOWER IN MILITARY SERVICE*). Ann Intern Med. 1955;42:659–667. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-42-3-659
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1955;42(3):659-667.
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