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Evidence to Improve Care

Schizophrenia

Care for Adults in Hospitals

Quality standards are a go-to resource for quality care. They are concise sets of easy-to-understand statements based on the best evidence.

This quality standard addresses care for people aged 18 years and older who have schizophrenia. It focuses on care for people who are in an emergency department or admitted to a hospital.

For further information on the development of this quality standard, please contact QualityStandards@HQOntario.ca.


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