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CAPE Vulnerability Index. / Persaud, Albert; Day, Geraint; Bhugra, Dinesh; Castaldelli-Maia, João Mauricio; Torales, Julio; Valsraj, K.; Bhavsar, Vishal; Watson, Cameron; Clissold, Elliot; Ventriglio, Antonio.

In: International Review of Psychiatry, 01.01.2020.

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Persaud, A, Day, G, Bhugra, D, Castaldelli-Maia, JM, Torales, J, Valsraj, K, Bhavsar, V, Watson, C, Clissold, E & Ventriglio, A 2020, 'CAPE Vulnerability Index', International Review of Psychiatry. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540261.2020.1738093

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Persaud, A., Day, G., Bhugra, D., Castaldelli-Maia, J. M., Torales, J., Valsraj, K., ... Ventriglio, A. (Accepted/In press). CAPE Vulnerability Index. International Review of Psychiatry. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540261.2020.1738093

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Persaud A, Day G, Bhugra D, Castaldelli-Maia JM, Torales J, Valsraj K et al. CAPE Vulnerability Index. International Review of Psychiatry. 2020 Jan 1. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540261.2020.1738093

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Persaud, Albert ; Day, Geraint ; Bhugra, Dinesh ; Castaldelli-Maia, João Mauricio ; Torales, Julio ; Valsraj, K. ; Bhavsar, Vishal ; Watson, Cameron ; Clissold, Elliot ; Ventriglio, Antonio. / CAPE Vulnerability Index. In: International Review of Psychiatry. 2020.

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