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ELECTRO-CONVULSANT TREATMENT

The Retreat began cardiazol convulsion therapy in October 1938 following favourable reports of the treatment at the Annual Meeting of the Medico Psychological Association in July 1938.However in 1940 Retreat doctors tried a different method of ind...

ENQUIRIES INTO PLACES AT THE RETREAT

This correspondence relates to requests for information about the Retreat, the terms on which patients were admitted and the fees paid on behalf of patients. Both incoming and outgoing material is included. The enquiries are arranged by date and a...

PATIENTS' PAPERS

BackgroundThis section comprises papers by or relating to patients, covering four distinct time periods: the early 19th century, the 1850s to 1870s, the early to mid 1880s, and the early 20th century.The relatively small number of early nineteenth...

WARD REPORT BOOKS

These books enter details about what was going on within the wards: admissions, discharges, medicines given, patients' activities or sleeping patterns, and any other incidents. There are different series of volumes, some covering males and so...

NOTICES OF ESCAPED PATIENTS

These were printed to advertise the escape of patients; they contain descriptions of the missing patients.

ATTENDANTS' INSPECTION OF PATIENTS ON ADMISSION

A signed statement was made by the attendant that a patient had been received into the ward and bathed, and any marks or bruises on admission were noted. The printed rule about the inspection of patients on admission, undated, c 1866 can be found ...

WEEKLY RETURNS

Weekly returns were sent to the Secretary's office each Monday giving details of numbers of patients, attendants and nurses etc, and any changes during the week. The volume below is a book of stubs with these details entered. Sections for num...

DIARIES FOR THE CONTINUATION OF RECEPTION ORDERS

'A Diary for the Continuation of Reception Orders by Special Reports and Certificates' was to be used for the entry of the days of the year on which reports and certificates on patients were due to be sent to the Board of Control, for th...

REGISTERS OF MECHANICAL RESTRAINT AND SECLUSION

The Act 53 Victoria c. 5 Sect. 40 (the Lunacy Act of 1845) provided for the controlled use and certification of mechanical restraint which was to be regulated by the Commissioners in Lunacy. The regulations of the Commissioners (later the Board of...

MEDICAL JOURNALS AND WEEKLY REPORT BOOKS

Provision was made for medical journals and weekly report books by section 59 of the Act 8 & 9 Victoria Cap. 100, and this provision was reiterated in Section 90 of the Act 16 & 17 Victoria Cap. 97. The books are arranged with one week to ...

LISTINGS OF PATIENTS

Names and details of patients can be found in the admission registers (RET 6/2) the case books and their indices (RET 6/5) as well as in other patients' records. Names and details of patients can also be found in the financial records (RET 3/...

CASE NOTES

Chronological Arrangement of the Case NotesFrom 1796 up to the First World War period, the case notes of patients were, broadly speaking written into case books in chronological order by date of patient's admission. Each case was also given a...

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