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Before the project everything seemed a little bit woolly - now we are definitely clearer in terms of pathways for women. Evaluating the Stella Mental Health Initiative: executive summary. / Horvath, Miranda A. H.; Hansen, Susan; Apena, Feyishola; Adler, Joanna R.; Holly, Jennifer.

London, UK : Forensic Psychological Services, Middlesex University and Against Violence and Abuse, 2013.

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Harvard

Horvath, MAH, Hansen, S, Apena, F, Adler, JR & Holly, J 2013, Before the project everything seemed a little bit woolly - now we are definitely clearer in terms of pathways for women. Evaluating the Stella Mental Health Initiative: executive summary. Forensic Psychological Services, Middlesex University and Against Violence and Abuse, London, UK.

APA

Horvath, M. A. H., Hansen, S., Apena, F., Adler, J. R., & Holly, J. (2013). Before the project everything seemed a little bit woolly - now we are definitely clearer in terms of pathways for women. Evaluating the Stella Mental Health Initiative: executive summary. London, UK: Forensic Psychological Services, Middlesex University and Against Violence and Abuse.

Vancouver

Horvath MAH, Hansen S, Apena F, Adler JR, Holly J. Before the project everything seemed a little bit woolly - now we are definitely clearer in terms of pathways for women. Evaluating the Stella Mental Health Initiative: executive summary. London, UK: Forensic Psychological Services, Middlesex University and Against Violence and Abuse, 2013.

Author

Horvath, Miranda A. H. ; Hansen, Susan ; Apena, Feyishola ; Adler, Joanna R. ; Holly, Jennifer. / Before the project everything seemed a little bit woolly - now we are definitely clearer in terms of pathways for women. Evaluating the Stella Mental Health Initiative: executive summary. London, UK : Forensic Psychological Services, Middlesex University and Against Violence and Abuse, 2013.

Bibtex

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