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Voluntary Boarders in English Asylums

  • R. Percy Smith (a1)

The object of this paper is to state briefly what appears to the writer to be the law as to voluntary boarders in asylums (under which term is included all English institutions for the reception of persons of unsound mind), to narrate the practice observed in such cases at Bethlem Hospital, and to gain information from those members of the Association who are engaged in the treatment of mental disease as to their practice.

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Read at Annual Meeting of the British Medical Association, London, 1895.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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Voluntary Boarders in English Asylums

  • R. Percy Smith (a1)
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