Pauline M. Prior's Asylums, Mental Health Care and the Irish, 1800-2010 PDF

By Pauline M. Prior

ISBN-10: 0716531526

ISBN-13: 9780716531524

ISBN-10: 1911024620

ISBN-13: 9781911024620

This e-book is a suite of stories on psychological wellbeing and fitness companies in eire from the start of the 19th century to the current day.

Essays disguise total developments in sufferer numbers, an exploration of the advance of psychological overall healthiness legislation in eire, and reports on person hospitals – all of which supply extraordinary perception into occasions earlier and but converse volumes approximately psychological future health in modern Irish society. issues comprise the well-known nursing strike at Monaghan Asylum in 1919, while a crimson flag used to be raised over the construction; extracts from Speedwell, a health center e-newsletter, displaying the social and wearing existence at Holywell health center in the course of the Sixties; an exploration of ailments akin to beriberi and tuberculosis at Dundrum and the Richmond within the Nineties; the issues encountered by means of medical professionals in Ballinasloe Asylum as they attempted to exert their authority over the Governors; and the reports of Irish emigrants who chanced on themselves in asylums in Australia and New Zealand. The e-book additionally encompasses a dialogue of psychological health and wellbeing prone in eire 1959–2010, the 1st time this type of chronology has been published.

The editor, Pauline earlier, and the participants, together with Brendan Kelly, Dermot Walsh, Elizabeth Malcolm and E.M. Crawford, are famous students in the disciplines of drugs, sociology and heritage, coming jointly for the 1st time to offer an important publication at the historical past of psychological healthiness providers in Ireland.

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