How to Care for the Insane
"The writer believes that all attendants should be regularly instructed in their duties, and the highest standard of care can be reached only when this is done. He also believes that every person who is allowed to care for the insane will be greatly benefited by such instruction, and will be able to learn every thing taught, if the teacher uses simple methods and is patient to instruct."
As this manual was originally written in 1886, the basic medical instruction IS out-of-date and should not be used to diagnose any medical problem, nor should be used in the case of an emergency. It has been recorded for entertainment purposes only!
(Summary from the Introduction and by Ann Boulais)
Genre(s): *Non-fiction, Medical, Psychology
|Play 00||00 - Note to the Second Edition and Introduction||Ann Boulais
|Play 01||01 - Chapter I||Ann Boulais
|Play 02||02 - Chapter II||Ann Boulais
|Play 03||03 - Chapter III||Ann Boulais
|Play 04||04 - Chapter IV||Ann Boulais
|Play 05||05 - Chapter V||Ann Boulais
|Play 06||06 - Chapter VI||Ann Boulais
|Play 07||07 - Chapter VII||Ann Boulais
|Play 08||08 - Chapter VIII||Ann Boulais
|Play 09||09 - Chapter IX||Ann Boulais
|Play 10||10 - Chapter X||Ann Boulais