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Gordon, J. (2004). Dangerous Patients: A Psychodynamic Approach to Risk Assessment and Management edited by Ronald Doctor (Karnac, London & New York, 2003). 140 pp. £17.99. 2003).. Psychoanal. Psychother., 18(3):347-351.

(2004). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 18(3):347-351

Dangerous Patients: A Psychodynamic Approach to Risk Assessment and Management edited by Ronald Doctor (Karnac, London & New York, 2003). 140 pp. £17.99. 2003). Related Papers

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John Gordon

Dangerous: Difficult to deal with; not affable; difficult to please; fraught with danger of risk; perilous, hazardous, unsafe, injurious.

Patient: The suffering or enduring (of pain, trouble, or evil) with calmness and composure; the quality or capacity of so suffering or enduring. The calm abiding of the issue of time, processes, etc. Capable of bearing. A sufferer; one who suffers patiently. One who is under medical treatment. A person or thing that undergoes some action, or to whom or which something is done (The Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, 1973).

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