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Dachau pervers propagande mal? Promoting participatory values throughout the research process by Rob Kirkwood Service user led research in the NHS: Critical and different perspectives on user involvement by Marian Barnes and Phil Cotterell.

Laing and Mary Barnes. MacGibbon and Kee Conversations, writings, painting London: University of London, Based on a conference. An "historical account of the care of insanity outside formal institutions" Russell Barton obituary Barton, R.

Users' views on co-ordinating community care London: Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health. Clifford Whittingham Beers The date is shown as , but the copyright as Clifford Whittingham Beers The book was published in New York and London and reviewed in British papers. The mental hygiene movement, , and its founder, by C. The mental hygiene movement, more recent developments, by L. The mental hygiene movement, through , by N. The American Foundation for Mental Hygiene.

Planning, participation and meeting social need - A new approach: Trade distribution by Publications Distribution Co-operative, Battersea Community Action report, no. A Practical Guide for Change. Macmillan [for] British Association of Social Workers. Empowering Ourselves - Guidelines for Involvement: It also examines the underlying principles, politics and philosophy of participation.

It offers guidelines for participatory policy and practice and a checklist for evaluating and auditing citizen involvement. A practical manual London: Read editors Speaking Our Minds: Beresford, Peter and Wilson, Anne. Towards a social model", Journal of Mental Health 11 6 pp Beresford, Peter and Anne Wilson.

Putting the record straight" in Corker, M. Embodying disability theory , London and New York, Continuum, pp Implications for Future Strategies. A short theory of knowledge, distance and experience Citizen Press in association with Shaping Our Lives. Survivor research Beresford, P. Theory and research , Leeds, Disability Press, pp A service user's view", Psychiatric Bulletin: Beresford, Peter and Fran Branfield.

From Involvement to Independent Living. User perspectives and user knowledges, in: Developing social models to understand and work with mental distress , London, Jessica Kingsley, pp The promise of the psychosocial approach, Guildford, Ashgate, pp Mental health research from theory to practice , Hove, Routledge, pp Individualised involvement or collective action? Stage Two" Survey papers survey offline - survey response offline - papers offline Bryant, W. Link to publishers's website Contents: Setting the scene Chapter 2: The psychiatric system Chapter 3: The language of 'mental health' Part Two Chapter 4: Mental health services and inequality Chapter 6: Issues of identity Chapter 7: From a medical to a social model Part Three Chapter 8: Developing a new vision: Principles for the future Chapter 9: Survivor-led approaches to support Chapter Routes to achieving Change Part 4 Postscript: The dread of things to come pp An emerging movement, in, Watson, N.

Owning not othering our welfare Part One: The legacy of the past Setting the scene for welfare and social policy The Past The origins of the welfare state The welfare state and pressures from the war The principles of the welfare state The welfare state: Back to the past What's wrong with social policy? The way to the future The beginnings of something different A new set of principles for social policy Reconceiving research A new approach to social policy Welfare policy for the twenty first century Supporting each other in the future Changing welfare Afterword: Gaskell Imprint of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Athlone, Dealing "with the principal developments in British psychiatry during the 20th century and covers its most important conceptual and practical achievements" Best, G. Printed Parliamentary Bill in Bills Public. Details in the chronological bibliography. Facsimile reprint for the Camberwell Society, Original publication was in monthly parts called "Ye parish of Camerwell". See Peckham House and Camberwell House. Peckham House Old Papers include a rewritten s extract from Ye Parish of Camerwell "regarding early times of Peckham House; built about , opened as a private lunatic asylum in by Dr Armstrong, purchased in from him by Dr.

Longmans Green and co Ltd. See Quakers around Shoreditch Boase, F. Joseph Shaw Bolton Bolton, J. World Health Organisation - London: Bowlby J Attachment. Attachment and Loss volume 1. Bowlby J Separation: Attachment and Loss volume 2. Bowlby J Loss: Attachment and Loss volume 3 Bowlby, J. National Library of Medicine in Bethesda, Maryland. The Child Guidance Trust Newsletter 1: Consumer perspectives of psychiatric treatment London: MIND v and 34 pages.

Consumer power in psychiatric services Basingstoke: Examines the institutionalization of mental healthcare and looks practically at how consumers could have a much greater influence in both the planning and management of relevant services through a "consumers as colleagues" approach.

The author argues that new directions in treatment, more relevant services and considerably increased quality can only be achieved by mental health consumers having a much more powerful say in the planning and running of services. Brody and Frederick known as Fritz C. Redlich , editors Brody, E. Monograph series on schizophrenia ; no. The papers face realistically the difficulties in therapy, but there is nevertheless a consistent note of restrained optimism.

Those who have worked in this pioneer field of psychotherapy of schizophrenia have an especial obligation upon them to write up and publish their work for others to read for purposes of study, comparison, challenge, and enlightenment.

This volume of papers from the Yale-sponsored symposium serves these purposes". ISBN X - paperback. Precursors of Federation offline of chapter one "Precursors of Federation" Chapter two: The Geneva Secretariat Chapter five includes: The Era of Working Presidents: After Chapter seven: John Brooke Brooke, J.

A study of psychiatric disorder in women London: Using the semi- structured interview schedule as a measure of the stressfulness of events, the research provided clear evidence that the observed class differences could be accounted for in terms of two sets of factors: Paper read on Thursday 8.

Journal of Mental Science January With Three Illustrations London: Burke's Peerage Burke L. Burke's Landed Gentry Dates, when given, are those of editions.

Burke, Burke L. Translated with a paper on the health of the soul Seelengesundheit by Dr. Philosophically, Medicinally, Historically opened and cut up. By Democritus Junior Oxford. Revised edition - with engraved title page frontispiece , Latin elegiacs, Democritus Junior ad Librum saum and the author's abstract. Revised edition - which added the Argument of the frontispiece, verses explaining the ten pictures. Revised edition Edinburgh, Oxford and London. Revised edition Oxford and London.

Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy, etc. To which are added fragments of Burton, the author of the Anatomy of melancholy. Holding Library Glasgow The anatomy of melancholy Edited by Edward Du Bois. To which is prefixed, an account of the author.

Vernor, Hood and Sharpe The British Library has a microfilm copy. Two volumes Holding Libraries: Wellcome Library and Edinburgh. Hailes The anatomy of melancholy: She then worked on a study of the social influences on family size published with M.

Paddon as Thinking About Children: Sociology and Fertility in Post-War England l Since then her research has focussed on psychiatry and mental disorder. Her main publications include: Understanding gender and mental disorder Basingstoke: Essays in the History of Psychiatry. People and ideas , edited by W. Bynum, Roy Porter and Michael Shepherd. Institutions and society , edited by W. The Asylum and its Psychiatry , edited by W.

December Letter "Advocacy". Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. February "Poetry in motion". British Medical Journal , Pattison Mental Health Matters: Dunn editors This is Madness: Ross on Wye, Herefordshire: Royal College of Psychiatrists, London.

Chapter six in Bell, A. The mental health service users movement. This project is under a contract wih Palgrave.

The following outline relates to an early version of the Palgrave project. Who we are, why we are writing and what you can do. It will consolidate and develop the growing body of survivor history that has been documented in the United Kingdom and internationally by people who are part of the movement. How influential has the movement been?

How much has changed? Patient-Controlled Alternatives to the mental health system New York: Special Issue, Challenging the Therapeutic State, pages Chambers Biographical Dictionary first edition was published in Chambers Biographical Dictionary second edition was published in Chambers Biographical Dictionary third edition was published in Chambers Biographical Dictionary fourth edition was published in Chambers Biographical Dictionary Edited by J. Assistant editor Rosemary Goring Doris F.

Chang and Arthur Kleinman Chang, D. Available as a pdf file: Kathryn Church Church, K. Critical Autobiography as Social Science London: Wethersett about The Face of London. Peter Clyne Clyne, P. Anglo-American attitudes to insanity and criminal guilt London: Questioning the Domination of Madness Chapter 1: Is the presentation of alternatives part of the problem? Mary Boyle Chapter 2: John Cromby and Dave Harper Chapter 3: Meaning, Madness and Marginalisation. Steven Coles Chapter 4: From Constructive Engagement to Coerced Recovery.

Alastair Morgan and Anne Felton Chapter 5: Mental Disorder and the Socioethical Challenge of Reasonableness. David Pilgrim and Floris Tomasini Chapter 6: The Pharmaceutical Industry and Mental Disorder. Joan Busfield Chapter 7: Clinical Psychology in Psychiatric Services: Manifesto for a Social Materialist Psychology of Distress.

Midlands Psychology Group Chapter 9: Context, practice and philosophy. Philip Thomas Part Two: Exploring the Liberation of Madness Chapter Recovery, Discovery and Revolution: The work of intervoice and the hearing voices movement. Experiential Knowledge and the Reconception of Madness. Peter Beresford Chapter Service User Led Research on Psychosis: Marginalisation and the struggle for progression.

Jan Wallcraft Chapter An analysis of user's experiences of taking neuroleptic drugs. Guy Holmes Chapter Readdressing the Balance of power: Psychiatric medication in Nottingham. Nottingham Mind Medication Group Chapter Ordinary and Extraordinary People: Acting to make a difference.

Becky Shaw Chapter A Critical Journey from Involvement to Emancipation: Theo Stickley Chapter Bob Diamond Chapter A Beacon of Hope: Alternative approaches to crisis. Cambridge, Massachusetts Colvin, H. Roy Porter 's article on 'The Patient's View' is the starting point for a methodological and historical reflection on the patient in medical history.

This article gains its inspiration from the fact that to the present day, the history of patients as an intellectual project has not found much reflecion. Old categories, such as patient, knowledge and disease, all need to be revisited and rethought. It sketches out several arenas where this debate will have to take place and contrasts Porter's patient's view with David Armstrong 's writings on the constructed patient. It goes on to discuss the project of social history of medicine to begin to place Porter in the context of the discipline and closes with some comments on the political context of patients' history in the s which coincided with the start of governmental reforms in the NHS intended to strengthen the patient's role.

Publication commenced in The Lancet 4. Lawn House Conolly, J. Argued that Shakespeare was portraying someone who is mad, not feigning madness. In chapter 32 of Hard Cash , appearing at the time in instalments, 'Dr Wycherley' loses his "philosophic calmness" "the moment Hamlet's insanity was disputed". Why people sometimes hear voices, believe things that others find strange, or appear out of touch with reality and what can help British Psychological Society.

Division of Clinical Psychology. A Short History of Hoxton and surrounding area. Contents The historical maze From asylum to community: Gender and race critiques of psychiatry Crises of legitimacy Towards a new critical perspective on mental health care Implications for practice.

Saunders and Otley, Conduit Street. Volume 8 edited and introduced by Mary Remnant. Methuen new theatre scripts Janet Cresswell describes what it's like to be on the receiving end of the security clampdown in the special hospitals" Mental Health Today February , pages Cresswell, J. Previously Department of Sociology, University of Manchester. Also preserved in the international archive Cresswell, M.

UK "Psychiatric Survivors" - a variety of activist groups comprising individuals who have been on the "receiving end" of psychiatric treatment - have, since the mids, mounted a challenge to the psychiatric system.

This paper focuses upon the truth-claims enacted by the "testimony of the survivor" and the relation of "testimony" to political practice. The main focus is upon the political functions of testimony in theory and practice-the ways in which "survivors" challenge the power of psychiatry.

Article Outline Introduction Background: This paper considers aspects of language and its relation to political practices in psychiatry. It analyses the ways in which groups of psychiatric patients - self-defined 'self-harm survivors' - have resisted psychiatry's power to define their experiences in terms of the 'official' category, 'Deliberate self-harm' DSH.

DSH refers to self-inflicted injurious acts that do not result in death, including drug overdose and self-lacerations of the forearms and wrists. DSH is today considered a significant public health problem. Politically, the paper focuses upon a deployment of language in the form of metaphor: Utilizing key texts of survivors, the paper analyses the history of this deployment between the years and in England. The analysis is framed within the context of survivors' political struggle with psychiatry, a struggle which takes its impetus from a confluence of mental health and feminist movements.

Theoretically, approaches to 'discourse' are engaged, drawing upon the works of Michel Foucault and Ernesto Laclau. Contrasting knowledges of self-poisoning and self-injury by Mark Cresswell. University of Manchester School of Social Sciences.

Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour Peter Sedgwick's legacy for the politics of mental health" Social Theory and Health Volume 7, 2, pages Palgrave Macmillan - pdf copy Cresswell, M. Mark Cresswell for the Survivor History Group. Draft offline Cresswell, M. Academic intellectuals and the psychiatric survivor movement". This paper considers some political and ethical issues associated with the 'academic intellectual' who researches social movements.

It identifies some of the 'lived contradictions' such a role encounters and analyses some approaches to addressing these contradictions. In general, it concerns the 'politico-ethical stance' of the academic intellectual in relation to social movements and, as such, references the 'theory of the intellectual' associated with the work of Antonio Gramsci. More specifically, it considers that role in relation to one political 'field' and one type of movement: In particular, through a comparison of two texts, Nick Crossley's Contesting Psychiatry and Kathryn Church's Forbidden Narratives, the paper contrasts different depths of engagement between academic intellectuals and the social movements which they research.

Email review by Andrew Roberts 5. Helen points out that it was not actually written for survivors , but targetted at a certain kind of academic audience. It is, however, about survivors and Mark and Helen are writing about the problems of engaging with survivors. I think the article is important - actually, I think it is very important.

So I will try to explain why in my own language. The article is partly about Antonio Gramsci 's theory that thinking is as important a human activity as making things. Gramsci argued that we all think and so we are all intellectuals.

However, society enables some of us to specialise in being intellectuals. Groups within society, for example, can give thinkers an opportunity to develop thoughts by putting us in contact with other thinkers.

Survivors Speak Out, for example, gave Peter Campbell and Louise Pembroke two outstanding "movement intellectuals" identified by Mark and Helen opportunities to meet other survivors with whom they developed their ideas more fully than they would otherwise have been able to do.

Gramsci calls the way society facilitates specialist thinking naturally like this "organic". However, organic intellectuals can sometimes develop into an "academic" group not to be confused with "academia" , and this has been very important in the history of ideas. Academic intellectuals are not on my reading of Gramsci agents of the ruling class, as Mark and Helen seem to think, but a class that has gained a relative autonomy from the groups that generated it.

The academic group preserves an intellectual tradition that can criticise pragmatic group thinking. Pragmatic group thinking is the group thinking that serves the interests of groups. There is an idealist tradition of academic intellect that Gramsci traces back to the ancient Greeks Plato, Socrates etc and which continues through a winding path in history to the critical philosophy of Rousseau, Kant and Hegal from which Gramsci's own version of marxism, in part, flows.

Gramsci makes an effort to trace how this was able to survive in a class society and to continue relatively autonomously as the nature of the ruling class changed. So, why is this important? In my opinion it is important because it places intellect where it belongs, in the whole body of society and not in an elitist part called "academia".

It is important because it preserves the concepts of critical objectivity that allow one to think about what is "true" and not just adopt a relativist position that any idea is as good as any other idea. It is important because it alerts us to where the development of social ideas may be taking place - in movements of ordinary people. Who am I calling "ordinary"! It is important because it does not rubbish the intellectual tradition which is sometimes preserved by academia, although in Gramsci's case it was preserved in prison where the Fascists put him.

Gramsci sees the dialogue between organic intellect and academic intellect as important for progress. If you look at Mark and Helen's article, you will see that they have a different interpretation of the issues to mine. I think they are most concerned about academia universities dialoguing with social movements and not so much with what Fabian Tompsett called "life- long learning" when we discussed some of this at a London meeting of the Survivor History Group.

Whatever people think about this, I hope you will agree that Mark and Helen have raised interesting and important issues. I also think that Nick Crossley's reply raises interesting and important issues - Some of which I think my email relates to. George's Hospital, Hornchurch, Essex. Lewis for the RMPA.

Introduction, acknowledgements, list of chairmen and invited participants, 23 papers arranged into six sessions - each with a discussion, index. Arendsen-Hein, Stephen Black, P. Bradley, Kenneth Cameron, G. Cerletti, Richard Crocket, Brian M. Davies, Jean Delay, H. Price, Linford Rees, C. Smythies, Hannah Steinberg, A. Spencer, Gordon Rattray Taylor, and A. June pp Theoretical Perspectives" American Journal of Psychotherapy 20, 4. Chapter 13 in Hinshelwood, R. Reflections and Progress Crocket, R.

An approach to structural psychiatry and the use of Intensive Treatment Networks in Psychiatry: From disorder to experience p. Diagnosis and formulation by Lucy Johnstone p. Forms of distress 9. Sadness and worry p. Sexuality and gender p.

Madness by John Read and Richard Bentall p. Distressing bodies and eating p. A socio- historical analysis" "This project examines the history of mental health pressure groups e. The project will shed light upon a group of agents i.

In addition it will shed light upon the politics of psychiatry in the recent era, and particularly the conflicts of opinion which have emerged around such issues as: Laing and British Anti-psychiatry: The analysis presented in the paper draws, to some extent, from conventional movement theory.

In addition, however, it draws from the work of Pierre Bourdieu. This represents an innovation in movement analysis and the necessity of this innovation is argued for in an early section of the paper". Crossley and Nick Crossley Crossley, M. Habit, Identity and Desire , London: Introduction offline introduction Social unrest, movement culture and identity the symbolic interactionists Smelser's value-added approach Rational actor theory Resources, networks and organizations Opportunities, cognition and biography Repertoires, frames and cycles New social movements Social movements and the theory of practice a new synthesis "offers a new perspective, based upon the work of the leading social theorist, Pierre Bourdieu " - See resistance habitus Crossley, N.

Social Movement Studies , Volume 1, No. This paper seeks to advance our understanding of the processes whereby particular techniques of protest are selected from societal 'repertoires of contention'.

Empirically, it focuses upon data which have been gathered on activists within mental health movements in the UK. Theoretically, it seeks to make a case for use of the work of Pierre Bourdieu, specifically his concepts of 'habitus', 'capital' and 'field' Social movements, system survivors and the oppositional habitus" Anthropology and Medicine , volume 11; no.

Very little attention has been paid to resistance or to the various ways in which 'patients' or 'survivors' as some now prefer to refer to themselves have sought to socially deconstruct 'mental illness'. This paper seeks to redress that balance by way of a detailed examination of some of the key practices of resistance which have developed within the context of the UK mental health survivors movement. Using key concepts from Bourdieu's theory of practice, it examines the challenge which survivors have mounted to the symbolic power of psychiatry, and the resistance habitus which their opposition has given rise to.

Crossley Full Full report at http: Research Summary at http: Social Movements in Mental Health , London: Social movements, SMOs and fields of contention A value-added model of mobilisation Mental hygiene and early protests: Anti-psychiatry and 'the Sixties' Parents, people and a radical change of MIND A union of mental patients Networks, survivors and international connections The Mental Health Field 3.

Power, Strain and Social Movement 4. Mental Hygiene and Mental Health Politics in the s 5. Anti-Psychiatry and Civil Rights 6. Patients and Survivors 7. Panic, Backlash and Counter-Backlash 8. It does not correspond to my copy of the book. A Celebration of Mad Culture , London: Beers - Advocate for the Insane Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburg Press. Crisis and collapse 2. The Hartford Retreat 4. Connecticut Hospital for the Insane [8.

Back in circulation [ Writing the autobiography [ - ] 7. Publication of A Mind that Found Itself [] 8. A Reform Movement launched [] 9. The Connecticut Society and founding the national committee [] Phipps 'To the Rescue' The National Committee in Action: The Salmon Years, First Phase [to end of 1st world war] Canning Salmon and Bottling Beers The first international congress on mental hygiene [] Personal interests [ congress - ] The mentally ill intrude [See organisations of patients s p.

Reflections on 'anti- psychiatry' in the United States". Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences , 25, Tony Day Day, Tony tony day - my work. Welcome to my website! Previously Homerton College, Cambridge. Boyle's court and country guide, and town visiting directory "containing an alphabetical arrangement of the names and places of abode The most comprehensive Directories of addresses available.

Volumes 31 to 33 Weaver, with an index covering the years in one alphabetical series The Dictionary of National Biography: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography First published The Parliamentary Pocket Companion.

An annual from Dod Alan Dronsfield Professor of the history of science in the school of education, health and sciences at the University of Derby. Royal Society of Chemistry, Volume 43, No. A study of medical psychology in early nineteenth-century Britain Tavistock Publications. Liz Durkin Durkin, L. British Hospital Journal Durkin, L. Young Fabian Pamphlet Durkin, L. Social Work Today 2. Health and Social Service Journal 4. Dutton, R and Holden, A. Marshall Edelson Edelson, M.

University of Chicago Press, xviii and pages Edsall, N. Graham Estop Estop, G. On the death of.. Thomas Williams, Post Office, Crickhowell. A Multi-disciplinary Handbook edited by Suman Fernando. London ; New York: Barry Cornwall and Some of his Friends. Unpublished paper and related correspondence. Emerson prize essay published in Concorde Review downloadable as a pdf file from http: Flinn's introduction to Chadwick, E. Tavistock Foucault Hugh Lionel Freeman 4. Glasgow University PhD thesis. A study in the technique of parliamentary representation Gash, N.

Summer "Spencer Perceval: Between Hope and History: A life less ordinary" unpublished Gault, H. Contents Signs and symptoms of mental disorder -- Interviewing, clinical examination, and record keeping -- Classification in psychiatry -- Aetiology -- Personality disorder -- Neurosis I -- Neurosis II -- Affective disorders -- Schizophrenia and schizophrenia-like disorders -- Paranoid symptoms and paranoid syndromes -- Organic psychiatry -- Psychiatry and medicine -- Suicide and deliberate self-harm -- The abuse of alcohol and drugs -- Problems of sexuality and gender -- Psychiatry of the elderly -- Drugs and other physical treatments -- Psychological treatment -- Psychiatric services -- Child psychiatry -- Mental retardation -- Forensic psychiatry -- Appendix: Joined St George's, University of London in St George's guide to employing service user researchers.

First edition produced for work on organisation change. Working together in health and social care 4. Public and patient involvement in research has become a requirement of UK health services research.

The potential for people with personal experiences of PD to 'coproduce' research knowledge as a means to transform PD services is largely unexplored. Reflective writing by researchers was analysed thematically to explore research objectives.

The potential to improve PD services by coproducing knowledge was demonstrated. Final version received Published in print May May pp George's, University of London. Second edition available as an appendix to national guidelines. Doing collaborative research about personality disorders" Chapter five in Staddon, P. Research article avaiable at http: Health Services and Delivery Research ; 2 19 July Routledge, Memory and narrative series. Oral history from patients and staff Fiona Godlee Godlee, F.

The life of Dorothea Dix New York: Woodruff, Junior] and Donald W. Goodwin and Samuel B. New York; London [etc. North and Sean H. Oxford University Press, Greater London Record Office. Editor , , Lewis Carroll's Diaries. George Griffith pseudonym of George C. He wrote about 47 books, about twenty of which were early science fiction, and some of which were documentaries on prisons. References give volume and page number e. The latest facts and figures on mental health.

Mental Health Foundation Available http: The Parliamentary History of England edited by William Cobbett from to and continued by Thomas Curson Hansard from to covers the period to in 36 volumes.

The Parliamentary Register , a contemporary record of what is said, was published by Luke Hansard and his descendants from November to Financial statements, lists of Committee members and statistical tables are included periodically George Whelan and Charles Wright, clerks, J. A statement of the duties of ward attendants is included on p. The run-down and closure of Prestwich Mental Hospital.

A post-war history of mental health services in Manchester and Salford. The particular setting is Manchester and Salford, two adjacent but culturally and historically distinct cities in the north west of England. Through the lens of their mental health services, the thesis explores the post-war history of mental health care in England and Wales, from the inauguration of the NHS in through to its fiftieth anniversary in Learning From the Past.

Narratives in the history of health and social care. Containing the substance of the Gulstonian lectures delivered at the Royal College of Physicians: By Bisset Hawkins, M. Historisches available at http: Henderson and Robert Dick Gillespie Gillespie graduated from the University of Glasgow in and was appointed an assistant physician at Glasgow Royal Mental Hospital by Henderson.

He went to the Phipps Clinic to further train under Adolf Meyer. On his return in , Henderson asked him to collaborate on the textbook. Asylum for the Four Western Counties. The Alleged Lunatics' Friend Society, Medical History , v.

There is a copy listed in the Wellcome Library Catalogue which contains above two articles by Nicholas in a pocket. See Scull, MacKenzie and Hervey Anthony Highmore "an English barrister and legal writer. Described as the second collection of laws relating to lunacy published in English, years after the first Brydall The only Engish collection of legal precedents relating to insanity in the 18th century, and as such a valuable reference. Brittain Medico-Legal Bibliography p.

First American from the Last London Edition. Reprint by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. It deals with legal definitions of lunacy, the disabilities of lunatics, asylums and their regulation by statute, the nature of criminal insanity, and precedents regarding the treatment of lunatics before the law for various crimes". Hill, Brian, "A Poet's Brother. Henry Herbert Southey, MD". The Practitioner June D b The Politics of Schizophrenia: Its contents are 1.

History of Madness - 2. Kraeplin and Bleuer from a social control perspective - 4. The scientific Status of 'schizophrenia' - 5. The politics of Diagnosis classism, racism, sexism - 6. Psychiatric violence includes from scalpels to radiation, electrocution, tanquillisers and tardive dyskinensia - 7.

The forces resistant to change includes psychological barriers, scientific barriers, psychiatric propaganda, psychiatric encroachment , economics, drug companies etc - It ends with a list of 'ex-patient groups' external link to extracts - partial archive - source link - offline Robert Gardiner Hill A Lecture on the management of Lunatic Asylums, and the treatment of the Insane: Simpkin, Marshall, and S.

Consists of the report of the chairman Robert Gardiner Hill , report on the causes of lunacy Edward Ffrench Bromhead , extracts from the report of the Commissioners in Lunacy, reports of the house surgeon William Smith , lists of officers and subscribers, statistical tables, financial statements, extracts from the rules, a plan of the asylum with a view from the south east.

Wellcome Library Catalogue Hill, R. Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer. The development of mental health services for people over 65 years of age in England, up to A historical study with implications for practice today Journal of Affective Disorders 97, Hilton C. The Psychiatrist July Hodder 2, p. A one volume "Popular" edition was published in References give page number e. Public Records Office, Kew. One is a register of criminal lunatics. The book reads from both ends. At one end, there is a register of the inmates of Bethlem Hospital.

The nominal dates covered are but dates in the period are evident. Turning the book over, we find a ruled register recording the criminal lunatics held at institutions other than Bethlem. These are the "County" and the "Licensed" Asylums. Dates are similar, being Stuart has indexed all the names of patients in this book, with the asylum, date, where the patient was committed from, sometimes a crime, and any alias. This database is available on a floppy disk.

Reference on this website is to Stuart's index. Reports of the Metropolitan Lunacy Commissioners They are 18 manuscript books in which are recorded, by house, the names of patients, date of admission and discharge, and sometimes who confined and who signed the medical certificate; along with the commissioners' minutes of visits to the house. The books are probably the London Clerk's Register. The commissioners names at the end of the minutes are all in the same hand.

These are listed below. The Metropolitan Lunacy Commission Controlling London's Madhouses discusses and gives information on many of the houses.

A Psychologist's Search for the Meaning of Madness. Attachment and Human Development 11 2 , pp Journal of the History of Behavioural Sciences Summer , volume 45 3 , pp The ontogeny of an idea: John Bowlby and contemporaries on mother-child separation. History of Psychology Allan V. Horwitz and Teresa L. Scheid Scheid and Brown Horwitz, A. Social contexts, theories, and systems Cambridge: Approaches to Mental Health and Illness: Conflicting Definitions and Emphases: The nature of mental health and illness David Mechanic 2.

Measuring Mental Illness Jerome C.

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