Conolly and the Welfare of the Insane

Rollin, Henry R.
June 1974
British Medical Journal;6/15/1974, Vol. 2 Issue 5919, p618
Book Review
No abstract available.


Related Articles

  • Treatment of the Insane without Mechanical Restraints. Bennett, Douglas // British Journal of Psychiatry;Jun74, Vol. 124, p609 

    The article reviews the book "Treatment of the Insane Without Mechanical Restraints," by John Conolly.

  • A BRILLIANT CAREER? JOHN CONNOLLY AND VICTORIAN PSYCHIATRY. Scull, Andrew // Victorian Studies;Winter84, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p203 

    Focuses on the medical career of John Conolly, a pioneer in the nonrestraint treatment of the mentally ill in England. Educational and family background; Criticisms of Connolly on asylum treatment; Achievements of Connolly in the treatment of insanity.

  • Insanity in the 18th and 19th centuries. Scull, A. // Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Feb1988, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p67 

    The article focuses on the contributions of the Great Britain's famous alienist John Conolly to the psychiatric history. According to a psychiatrist Benjamin Ward-Richard, Great Britain owes its modern human treatment of the insane to Conolly which used by physicians to people with mental...

  • Psychiatry in pictures.  // British Journal of Psychiatry;Jul2007, Vol. 191, pA3 

    The article profiles John Conolly, former resident physician of Hanwell Lunatic Asylum. Conolly was responsible for the abolishment of the use of restraint in treating pauper patients in the 1930s. He is an advocate of community care and defines restraint as the use of mechanical constraints and...

  • Cheadle Royal Hospital: A Bicentenary History/The State and the Mentally III: A History of Worcester State Hospital, Massachusetts 1830-1920/The Construction and Government of Lunatic Asylums and Hospitals for the Insane. Walk, Alexander // British Journal of Psychiatry;Jul68, Vol. 114 Issue 512, p891 

    The article reviews several books including "Cheadle Royal Hospital: A Bicentenary History," by Nesta Roberts, "The State and the Mentally Ill: A History of Worcester State Hospital, Massachusetts, 1830-1920," by Gerald N. Grob, and "The Construction and Government of Lunatic Asylums and...

  • Lincoln and non-restraint. Walk, Alexander; Walk, A // British Journal of Psychiatry;Nov70, Vol. 117 Issue 540, p481 

    The article presents the historical account on the development of non-restraint method in the treatment of psychiatric patients in Great Britain. According to the author, the concept of non-restraint was first practiced at the Lincoln Lunatic Asylum in the City of Lincoln. Moreover, the history...

  • Medico-psychologists, Maudsley and the Maudsley. Walk, Alexander; Walk, A // British Journal of Psychiatry;Jan76, Vol. 128, p19 

    The article focuses on the history of the Medico-Psychological Association and Henry Maudsley's relations with it. It tackles in detail the two major influences on the future career of Maudsley who was born in 1835. One of the major influences was that of John Conolly, Maudsley's future...

  • Notes from the frontier. Tait, Michael // Essays on Canadian Writing;Spring90, Issue 40, p204 

    Reviews the book `Canadian Drama and the Critics,' edited by L.W. Conolly.

  • Mrs Warren's Profession. Lenker, Lagretta Tallent // Shaw: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies;2006, Vol. 26, p233 

    The article reviews the book "Mrs Warren's Profession," edited by L. W. Conolly.

  • SOVIET TEMPO. A JOURNAL OF TRAVEL IN RUSSIA. Frese, Joseph R. // America;5/14/1938, Vol. 59 Issue 6, p142 

    The article reviews the book "SOVIET TEMPO. A JOURNAL OF TRAVEL IN RUSSIA," by Violet Conolly.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics