Incidence and Prevalence of Schizophrenia

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Essay #: 066040
Total text length is 7,419 characters (approximately 5.1 pages).

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Psychiatric and mental health nursing: incidence and prevalence of schizophrenia
The ensuing paper explores the incidence and prevalence of schizophrenia at the local and national level. Eugene Dufour, President of the Stratford branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association, is the local resource person for the Stratford area. Mr. Dufour is actually a clinically-trained marital and family health therapist with CFT and CFE designations; he is, likewise, a past president of the Ontario Palliative Care Association (for a brief overview of Mr. Dufour’s qualifications, please see Room 217 Foundation, n.d.). Mr. Dufour is not a registered nurse specializing in psychiatry, but he is well-acquainted with schizophrenia because of his long...
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