Pure Madness: How Fear Drives the Mental Health System

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Index

a
Abram, Lynda 46 -7
Abram, Michael xx , 41 , 45 -7
Addressing Acute Concerns (Standing Nursing and Midwifery Committee report) 2
Amin, Idi 79
Amnesty International 79
Anam Cara crisis house (Birmingham) 92 -7, 106
antidepressants 9 - 10 , 120
Applebaum 64 , 70
Appleby, Professor Louis
on attacks on mentally ill 42
on control 174
on homicides 67
on modernising mental health system 86
on motor neurone disease 62
on patients' right of appeal 56
on 'revolving door' patients 55
on users movement, growth of 73
Ashworth Special Hospital 63
assertive outreach 125 , 130 , 132 , 133
asylum care 20 , 21 -2, 24 , 25
Asylum magazine xix
auditory illusions 134

b
Barnett, Simon (Mad Pride) 78
Beatles, the 45
Beautiful Mind (Sylvia Nasar) 123 -4
beds, reduction in 32
befriending 177
Beresford, Peter 174
Birchwood, Professor Max 177
Blofeld, Justice xv
Boateng, Paul 53
Bottomley, Virginia xvi
Bowles, Nick 104
BPS (British Psychological Society) 163
Bracken, Pat 79 , 80 , 81 , 82 , 84
Bradford Community Mental Health Trust 79
breakdown, planning for 179 -90
benefits 185 -6
crisis plan/cards 180
directive, advance 180
discrimination, countering 183 -5
paying for own care 181 -2
work, role of 182 -3
Breakthrough 78
magazine xix
Breeze, Andrew (general manager, Hellesdon Hospital) 22
Bristol heart surgery disaster, Kennedy report 188
British Psychological Society (BPS) 163
Buchanan, Alec 63
Burchill, Julie 157
Burns, Professor Tom 100 , 102 , 132
buspirone (tranquilliser) 127

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