The difference between a voluntary and involuntary stay in hospital
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The difference between a voluntary and involuntary stay in hospital

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Title: PDF logo The difference between a voluntary and involuntary stay in hospital (PDF file) (Links to English resource)
Summary: This easy read information sheet is about what staying in hospital as a voluntary or involuntary patient means.
Organisation: University of New South Wales
Publishing date: November 2020
Last reviewed: February 2021
Target audience: General

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