40 Years of Academic Public Psychiatry

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On a personal note, I remember interviewing for residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital in and getting the distinct impression I wouldn't make the cut there, whereas by when I returned to Yale-CMHC to give grand rounds, I felt thoroughly comfortable. My point is that despite the glory and fame that these authors and Yale hold, they are still, after 40 years, just good hard thinkers and workers who succeeded where many others failed.

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This is illustrated in one fascinating chapter that tells of the problems the center had with state leadership and the issues surrounding their relationships with Commissioners Plaut, Worrell, Hogan, and Solnit, whom were all national figures. It is carefully written and tactfully phrased, but the reader can figure out a fair amount of what's between the lines. To some extent, 40 Year of Academic Public Psychiatry is a specialist's book, of interest to those of us who have battled these same battles and challenged these same challenges over the past 40 years.

But I also think a young psychiatrist would have much to learn here about what the field offers, how ideas sprout and grow and how to fit into and sometimes even mold an organization. I enjoyed reading it, not just because it was like eavesdropping on the conversations of old friends but also because it does reflect our field's struggles and accomplishments.

One bizarre note is the concluding chapter by two authors from the Maudsley Hospital that seems strangely out of place in such a book; I hope it wasn't included to get United Kingdom readership or publication.

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