Mental handicap and the community health council

report of the conference held at Lea Castle Hospital, Wolverly, near Kidderminster, on Thursday, 25th September, 1975
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Institute of Mental Subnormality , Kidderminster
Statementconference chairman : The Reverend Canon A.T. Bartlett.
ContributionsBartlett, A. T., Institute of Mental Subnormality.
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