There's a way

United Kingdom, 1952

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A dramatized account of how, with improvisation and a relatively small expense, a modest rehabilitation department can be set up in a hospital. Patients are brought back to normal life and work more quickly through group treatment, and existing hospital resources are used to better advantage with a quicker turnover of patients.


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Crown Film Unit






Black and White

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