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We have therefore, to turn to a theoretical discussion in our attempt to define this contribution more precisely; and we shall start by considering in general the relationship between social workers and psychiatrists as part of the wider problem of teamwork in psychiatric care, and afterwards focus more particularly on rehabilitation. The theory concerned is that of organisations. This aims to proceed by a clear definition of its questions followed by systematic attempts to collect the information which would help to answer them.
Current Themes in Psychiatry 2 by Raghu N. Gaind, Barbara L. Hudson