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April 5, 1965

Data Requested on History of Psychiatry in Canada

Author Affiliations

Chairman Committee on History of Psychiatry Canadian Psychiatric Association Toronto

JAMA. 1965;192(1):64. doi:10.1001/jama.1965.03080140070028

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Abstract

To the Editor:—  A lively interest has developed across Canada in the history of medicine in general and in the history of Canadian psychiatry in particular. The Canadian Psychiatric Association has established a Committee on the History of Psychiatry which is now attempting to prepare a comprehensive bibliography.We would like to request the cooperation of your readers in helping us to obtain information about books and articles, including unpublished theses, etc, dealing with this topic. Detailed information or even vague references would be most welcome. They could be sent to Mr. Cyril Greenland, Associate (Archivist), Dept of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, 2 Surrey PI, Toronto 5.We would also like to receive superfluous or unwanted books of historical interest in this field, reports, pamphlets, letters, or memorabilia which might throw light on the early days of psychiatry in Canada. In cases where documents of unusual interest cannot be released,

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