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Biography[ edit ] Franco Basaglia was born on 11 March in Venice. Views[ edit ] According to Renato Piccione, the intellectual legacy of Franco Basaglia can be divided into three periods: [13] university period which initiated the process of criticizing psychiatry as "science" that ought to cure and liberate a person but in fact oppresses him; institutional negation which coincides with experience in Gorizia — ; deinstitutionalization which coincides with direction of experience in Trieste — He also abolished any isolation method. From this initiative started a wide theoretical and practical debate all over Italy.

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Biography[ edit ] Franco Basaglia was born on 11 March in Venice. Views[ edit ] According to Renato Piccione, the intellectual legacy of Franco Basaglia can be divided into three periods: [13] university period which initiated the process of criticizing psychiatry as "science" that ought to cure and liberate a person but in fact oppresses him; institutional negation which coincides with experience in Gorizia — ; deinstitutionalization which coincides with direction of experience in Trieste — He also abolished any isolation method.

From this initiative started a wide theoretical and practical debate all over Italy. Such a huge debate resulted in the endorsement in of a national reform bill in that provided the gradual but radical closure and dismantling of the mental hospitals in the whole country. He stated: "The mental illness is not reason and origin but the necessary and natural consequence of the power dynamics—related exclusion processes potentially and concretely acting in all social institutions.

It is not sufficient to liberate the ill to restore life, history to the persons who were deprived of their life, their history. The awakening of conscience and of joint responsibility on the part of the doctors who have accepted and preserved this situation. The introduction of drugs by means of which, notwithstanding the institutionalised climate, the breaking of the "bond" of the patients was made possible.

The attempt at re-education—theoretical and humane—of the nurses. This, however, is still far from having been reached. The keeping alive—as far as possible—of the ties of the patient with the world outside family, friends, interests.

The opening of the doors, and the beginning of life according to the open door system. The creation of presuppositions of the Day Hospital, soon to be opened, as a part-time service. They offered conceptions of new models of effective and humane care, revolutionary for their times, replacing abusive and inadequate traditional services.

Their real accomplishment was the ability to inspire politicians to advocate these conceptions and persuade colleagues to implement them, thereby enabling sustainable and real change. Fusar-Poli with coauthors argues that thanks to the Basaglia law, psychiatry in Italy began to be integrated into the general health services and was no longer sidelined to a peripheral area of medicine.

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John Wiley and Sons. Patients cannot be identified just by clinical interviews [citation needed]. Psychiatrists around the world have been involved in the suppression of individual rights by states wherein the definitions of mental disease had been expanded to include political disobedience. Franco Basaglia — Wikipedia Holocaust historians argued that the medicalization of social programs and systematic euthanasia of people in German mental institutions in the s provided the institutional, procedural, and doctrinal origins of the mass murder of the s. All modern societies permit involuntary treatment or involuntary commitment of mental patients. Retrieved 27 June John Wiley and Sons.

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Toll Peter Breggin basagliz, Sharkey, and other investigators of the psycho-pharmaceutical industry maintain that many psychiatrists are members, shareholders or special advisors to pharmaceutical or associated regulatory organizations. In the clinical setting, the two strands of anti-psychiatry—criticism of psychiatric knowledge and reform of its practices—were never entirely distinct. Basaglia considered mental illness as the consequence of the exclusion processes acting in social institutions. The analysis found that the effect sizes for psychiatric interventions are, on average, on par with other fields of medicine.

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