By Selby Jacobs, Ezra Griffiths
- Describes a good education programme in public psychiatry constructed by way of the Connecticut psychological healthiness Center
- A worthy and priceless contribution to the sector that has no present identical within the market
- The booklet indicates a plan for the way forward for public area psychiatry and serves as a version to facilities all through North the USA and extra afield
- Describes the effect of the Connecticut psychological clinic on psychiatric carrier versions within the public sector
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It thus made no sense to them that they should try to stay out of the hospital, as it was the only place left for them to go when all other doors had been closed. In addition, and in contrast to clinicians’ usual concerns that each subsequent hospitalization leads to further deterioration and a worsening outcome, one representative participant described how his experiences in the hospital had actually improved over time: “The first time I was scared, the second time I had been here before and I knew what to expect, the third time it was like coming home again.
Recognizing and understanding our many roles influencing those subjective experiences mark the progress in our field. S. Surgeon General David Satcher issued an unprecedented report on mental health (DHHS, 1999). This report took the first substantial step since the Carter Commission of the 1970s in reconceptualizing the nature of mental health care and, as a result, recasting the fate of individuals with serious mental illness and the future of their loved ones. The Carter Commission had recognized how little progress had been made in fulfi lling the promises of deinstitutionalization twenty years after there had begun to be a steady flow of people out of centuries-old, overcrowded state hospitals.
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40 Years of Academic Public Psychiatry by Selby Jacobs, Ezra Griffiths