Patients and social practice of psychiatric nursing in the 19th and 20th century / edited by Sylvelyn Hähner-Rombach and Karen Nolte.

Stuttgart : Franz Steiner Verlag, 2017.
211 pages ; 24 cm.


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Includes bibliographical references.
  • Introduction : patients and social practice of psychiatric nursing in the 19th and 20th century / Karen Nolte, Sylvelyn Hahner-Rombach
  • Hospitalisation and dehospitalisation
  • Household care, Asylums and nursing homes : facilities and knowledge in norwegian psychiatric nursing / Åshild Fause
  • Psychiatric nurses : an invisible role in the transition between the general hospital and the community / Sandra Harrisson
  • New contexts of care : work relationships among nurses, patients and volunteers in community-based psychiatry in Western Canada, 1970-1990 / Geertje Boschma
  • Nurses, patients and their families
  • Configurations of dispute : everyday lives of nurses and patients in an asylum at the turn of the century / Jens Gründler
  • Children and young people in the post-war period as patients in psychiatric child observation units : the example of Innsbruck / Sylvelyn Hähner-Rombach
  • Deviancy
  • Theft, homosexuality, addiction to morphine : cancellation of diplomas between 1934 and 1965 in Switzerland / Sabine Braunschweig
  • "Heroic therapies" and nursing
  • "Shock therapies" and nursing in the psychiatric clinic of the University of Würzburg in the 1930s and 1940s / Karen Nolte
  • Treating through threat and fear : nurses and the fever unit at the Ontario Hospital, Toronto 1940-1951 / Thomas Foth, Cheryl McWatters, Jette Lange, Mary B. Connell
  • Reform and training of psychiatric nurses
  • "Fundamentally changed duties" : the introduction of advanced training for nurses at the Psychiatric University Hospital Heidelberg as part of the early psychiatric reform in West Germany / Maike Rotzoll
  • From nurse to "sociagouge"? ambitions, realisation and practise of social psychiatric training at Hanover Medical School against the background of the german psychiatric reform / Christof Beyer
  • List of authors.
  • 9783515117166 ((print))
  • 3515117164 ((print))
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  • 9783515117166
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