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[Deinstitutionalization in Italian psychiatry - the course and consequences Part I. The course of deinstitutionalization - the activity of Basaglia's group].
Psychiatr Pol. 2015 Mar-Apr; 49(2):391-401.PP

Abstract

Psychiatric reform in Italy consisted of the implementation of legislative changes derived from anti-institutional experiments conducted by Franco Basaglia and his group in the 60's and 70's of the 20th century. The activity of Basaglia's group was an integral part of the European reform movement of that time, which profited from the economic, cultural and political prosperity for changes in psychiatry. Italian antipsychiatry has led to the most radical experiment in deinstitutionalization in history. It involved the whole public sector of psychiatry and across a quarter-century resulted in a grand social debate on the situation of the mentally ill and the need for systemic change of their treatment and care. Inspired mainly by phenomenological analysis, Basaglia opted for close emphatic contact with the mentally ill. While the British, French and American anti-psychiatrists contested the psychiatric care system as such, the Italian radicals made an approach to disassemble it from the inside and successfully gained social support for the process of deinstitutionalization. Basaglia promoted his ideas across Europe, including the World Health Organization (WHO) forum.

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Katedra i Klinika Psychiatryczna Warszawskiego Uniwersytetu Medycznego.Katedra i Klinika Psychiatryczna Warszawskiego Uniwersytetu Medycznego.Katedra i Klinika Psychiatryczna Warszawskiego Uniwersytetu Medycznego.

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English Abstract
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pol

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26093601

Citation

Morzycka-Markowska, Maria, et al. "[Deinstitutionalization in Italian Psychiatry - the Course and Consequences Part I. the Course of Deinstitutionalization - the Activity of Basaglia's Group]." Psychiatria Polska, vol. 49, no. 2, 2015, pp. 391-401.
Morzycka-Markowska M, Drozdowicz E, Nasierowski T. [Deinstitutionalization in Italian psychiatry - the course and consequences Part I. The course of deinstitutionalization - the activity of Basaglia's group]. Psychiatr Pol. 2015;49(2):391-401.
Morzycka-Markowska, M., Drozdowicz, E., & Nasierowski, T. (2015). [Deinstitutionalization in Italian psychiatry - the course and consequences Part I. The course of deinstitutionalization - the activity of Basaglia's group]. Psychiatria Polska, 49(2), 391-401. https://doi.org/10.12740/PP/28615
Morzycka-Markowska M, Drozdowicz E, Nasierowski T. [Deinstitutionalization in Italian Psychiatry - the Course and Consequences Part I. the Course of Deinstitutionalization - the Activity of Basaglia's Group]. Psychiatr Pol. 2015 Mar-Apr;49(2):391-401. PubMed PMID: 26093601.
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