6 edition of Presumed curable found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Colin Gale and Robert Howard.|
|Contributions||Howard, Robert, 1961-|
|LC Classifications||RC450.G7 G35 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002044913|
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"Presumed Curable" is a series of case-studies of various "psychiatric Presumed curable book (I use that term loosely and I'll explain why in a moment) in the Bethlem Hospital (aka Bedlam) in Victorian London.
The "patients" range from those who appear to be truely psychiatrically ill, suffering from hallucinations and split personalities to those who are Cited by: 4. The Presumed Curable Book Club Many books have been published about Bethlem Royal Hospital – introductory booklets, academic door-stoppers, breathless paperbacks, and even coffee table treatments.
Some do a better job than others in charting Bethlem’s long history. Presumed Curable is out of print, but the Museum has copies - watch the Introductory video for information on how to purchase a copy.
We have a good stocks of this book and will fulfill all UK. Presumed Curable: An Illustrated Casebook of Victorian Psychiatric Patients in Bethlem Hospital Sean A Spence, reader in general adult psychiatry University of Sheffield Email: [email protected]: Sean A Spence.
Book Review. Presumed curable: An illustrated casebook of Victorian psychiatric patients in Bethlem hospital; Invention of hysteria: Charcot and the photographic iconography of the Salpêtrière.
Andrew Scull. University of California, San Diego, CA. Presumed Curable: An Illustrated Casebook of Victorian Psychiatric Patients in Bethlem Hospital by Gale, Colin; Howard, Robert J.
at - ISBN - ISBN - Wrightson Biomedical Publishing Ltd - - Softcover. Bethlem is one of the most prestigious institutions in the history of psychiatry, its antecedents dating from the 13th century.
Between and some photographs were taken of its inpatients. At that time, evolution and its ugly sister, eugenics, were on the rise, and one can only speculate on the purpose of these images (though they were probably used for teaching).
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Learning. Presumed Curable. Reviewed by Hugh Freeman. Colin Gale, Robert Howard pp Price £ ISBN (p/b) The book's title refers to the admission criteria for Bethlem, which included 'a hope of recovery'—an optimistic view that the authors say was by no means always disappointed.
Admitted patients were to be preferably 'of the. The Presumed Curable Book Club. Presumed Curable tells the stories of around 60 Bethlem patients from the Victorian era, using historic medical records & photographs taken by the Hospital.
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Presumed curable. By Colin Gale & Robert Howard. Wrightson. Biomedical Publishing Ltd, Petersfield,Reading the book in the usual way I did ﬁnd. some repetition, but this is an unfair. Presumed Curable: An Illustrated Casebook of Victorian Psychiatric Patients in Bethlem Hospital.
by Gale, Colin. Format: Paperback Change. Write a review. The book gives fascinating account of psychiatric patients in the Victorian get a nostalgic feeling as you read case by case, the real illnessess of real patients with stark. All of them were admitted to Bethlem Hospital between and and the title of the book comes from the regulations of the hospital between andindicating that “all persons of unsound mind, presumed to be curable” were eligible for admission.
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