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Historical and conceptual foundations of the development of psychoeducation in medical practice

Author Serykh A., Ivanova A.
Pages 65-67
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Keywords psychoeducation, psychoeducational approach, socio-psychological intervention.
Abstract (summary) This article describes the historical context of development of psychoeducational approach and identifies its principal objectives in medical practice.
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