Psychiatry in Europe: Directions and DevelopmentsBMJ 1995; 311 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.311.7010.958 (Published 07 October 1995) Cite this as: BMJ 1995;311:958
- Anthony W Clare
Ed Tom Sensky, Cornelius Katona, Stuart Montgomery Gaskell/Royal College of Psychiatrists, pounds sterling10, pp 201 ISBN 0 902241 71 0
Europe certainly has a strange effect on the mental health of the British. It provokes either apoplectic outbursts of Little Englander psychosis or overblown sentimental evocations of Britain's role as a sturdy cultural bridge linking the great continent to our American siblings across the Atlantic. Psychiatry in Europe exudes the latter spirit. The cover is a fetching Euroblue with twelve yellow stars (how time marches on!) and the title, like one of those grandiloquent European position papers that pour out of Brussels, promises a veritable grand tour …
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