The Rise of Mental Health Nursing: A History of Psychiatric Care in Dutch Asylums, 1890-1920

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Index
aangewezen afdeling (designated wards) 139, 268
Abel-Smith, B. 146, 269
abuse 119, 120, 122, 123, 136
Ackerknecht, E.H. 252
active therapy 233
acute mania 131
admission 119, 124, 127, 239
certified — 249
length of — 239
Afscheidingsbeweging 54, 55
aggression 132, 136
Algemeen Nederlandsch Vakverbond (General Dutch Federation of Trade Unions) 192
Algemene Nederlandse Ambtenaren Bond (General Dutch League of Civil Servants [ANAB]) 190, 203
Algemene Nederlandse Christelijke Ambtenarenbond (Dutch League of Christian Civil Servants) 204
Algra, H. 247
American Journal of Nursing201
American National Committee for Mental
Hygiene 233
Amsterdamse Huishoudschool (Amsterdam School of Home Economics) 93
Applicant registers 284
apprenticeship 87, 99, 145
architecture 43, 67
Association
— for After-Care of Discharged Epileptic Patients 97
— of Nursing 87, 108
— of Sick Nursing (White Cross) 86, 91, 93, 94, 104, 143, 177
— of Women
— of Women Directors and Deputy Women Directors of Hospitals and Associations of Nursing (Vereniging van Directrices en Adjunct-Directrices van ziekenhuizen en verenigingen voor ziekenverpleging) 202
— for Women Suffrage (Verening Voor Vrouwenkiesrecht [VVV]) 89
— to Achieve the Legal Regulation of Training and Exams of Nurses (Vereniging tot verkrijging van een wettelijke regeling van opleiding en examens voor ziekenverpleegsters en verplegers) 206, 207
asylum
dementia — 126
growth — 50
personnel — 106
reform — 31, 33, 34, 38, 58
Veldwijk — 127
Willem Arntsz — 46
attendants 15, 19, 21, 38, 39, 41, 43, 45, 58
Baer, E. D. 269
Bakker, H. 261
Baly, M. E. 243
bath therapy 63
bath treatment (see hydrotherapy) 70, 72, 170, 222
— and prolonged baths in Swedish psychiatry 222
— and risk of eczema 73
Beard, George Miller 253
bed rest 19, 63, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 114, 128, 131, 132, 134, 137, 143, 160, 228, 254
— and risk 70
bed treatment 66, 128, 221
Bedlam 46

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