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Some Points Complementary to the Institution of Post-Graduate Instruction in Psychiatry

  • David Orr (a1)
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It is now generally granted that a post-graduate training for medical men desirous of taking up lunacy as a speciality is essential in order that the study of the causation of insanity may progress along scientific lines, and accurate co-ordinated observations result therefrom, but it is equally necessary that the conditions and circumstances of these men on taking up work in asylums should conduce to the best interests of the speciality in question and tend to bring out the best qualities of the medical personnel. A moment's consideration proves that such conditions are conspicuous by their absence.

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(1) A paper read at a Special Meeting of the Medico-Psychological Association held in London on November 20th, 1911.

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Some Points Complementary to the Institution of Post-Graduate Instruction in Psychiatry

  • David Orr (a1)
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