Whose life is it anyway? The impact of language and communication change on the provision of mental health services

N. Traynor, F. Harrington, G. Quinn, Graham Turner

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationMental Health Services for Deaf People: a Worldwide Perspective
    Subtitle of host publicationProceedings of the 5th European & 2nd World Conference on Mental Health and Deafness
    Number of pages7
    Publication statusPublished - 2001
    Event5th European & 2nd World Conference on Mental Health and Deafness - Copenhagen , Denmark
    Duration: 18 Oct 200021 Oct 2000

    Conference

    Conference5th European & 2nd World Conference on Mental Health and Deafness
    CountryDenmark
    CityCopenhagen
    Period18/10/0021/10/00

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    Traynor, N., Harrington, F., Quinn, G., & Turner, G. (2001). Whose life is it anyway? The impact of language and communication change on the provision of mental health services. In Mental Health Services for Deaf People: a Worldwide Perspective: Proceedings of the 5th European & 2nd World Conference on Mental Health and Deafness
    Traynor, N. ; Harrington, F. ; Quinn, G. ; Turner, Graham. / Whose life is it anyway? The impact of language and communication change on the provision of mental health services. Mental Health Services for Deaf People: a Worldwide Perspective: Proceedings of the 5th European & 2nd World Conference on Mental Health and Deafness. 2001.
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    Traynor, N, Harrington, F, Quinn, G & Turner, G 2001, Whose life is it anyway? The impact of language and communication change on the provision of mental health services. in Mental Health Services for Deaf People: a Worldwide Perspective: Proceedings of the 5th European & 2nd World Conference on Mental Health and Deafness. 5th European & 2nd World Conference on Mental Health and Deafness, Copenhagen , Denmark, 18/10/00.

    Whose life is it anyway? The impact of language and communication change on the provision of mental health services. / Traynor, N.; Harrington, F.; Quinn, G.; Turner, Graham.

    Mental Health Services for Deaf People: a Worldwide Perspective: Proceedings of the 5th European & 2nd World Conference on Mental Health and Deafness. 2001.

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    Traynor N, Harrington F, Quinn G, Turner G. Whose life is it anyway? The impact of language and communication change on the provision of mental health services. In Mental Health Services for Deaf People: a Worldwide Perspective: Proceedings of the 5th European & 2nd World Conference on Mental Health and Deafness. 2001