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Author/s: Pier Francesco Galli, Alberto Merini 
Year:  2019 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  2 Pg. 299-300 FullText PDF:  18 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PU2019-002009
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In this section "Traces", two contributions are published, preceded by an introduction by Pier Francesco Galli who frames them within an historical viewpoint. The first contribution is made of excerpts of an article written by Alessandro Ancona (1939-1997) that originally appeared in issue no. 3/1976, Volume 10, of the journal Psicoterapia e Scienze Umane, titled "Notes on psychiatry: Theory and practice", that contains an analysis of psychiatric care in Italy in a period in which the movements for de-institutionalization and community psychiatry were widespread; the excerpts are from the second part of this article, titled "Notes on psychiatric care and training of mental health professionals", and from the third part, titled "Notes on ‘psychiatry and politics’ in the current Italian situation". The second contribution is made of excerpts of the resignation letter from Secretary-General of the Italian movement of Psichiatria Democratica ["Democratic Psychiatry"] written by Gian Franco Minguzzi (1927-1987) on October 28, 1977, and sent to the members of the National Committee and the local sections of Psichiatria Democratica. [Keywords: De-institutionalization movement in Italy; Italian psychiatric reform; Training of mental health professionals; Psychiatry and politics; Movement of Psichiatria Democratica ("Democratic Psychiatry")]
Keywords: Movimento anti-istituzionale; Riforma psichiatrica; Formazione degli operatori psichiatrici; Psichiatria e politica; Psichiatria Democratica]

Pier Francesco Galli, Alberto Merini, Traces in "PSICOTERAPIA E SCIENZE UMANE" 2/2019, pp. 299-300, DOI:10.3280/PU2019-002009


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