1 edition of Report of the resident medical superintendent for the year 1871 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Richmond District Lunatic Asylum, Dublin|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||56|
The first Superintendent of the Delaware State Hospital for the Insane was Dr. David Dorrington Richardson, originally of Philadelphia (Fig. 11). Dr. D.D. Richardson, as he was known, was born in in Richmond, Virginia. " The asylum must be supplied with varied means for occupation and amusement, according to the class of patients. Workshops, entertainment rooms, ball rooms, billiard rooms, reading rooms, will be required, and should be provided in a large Government asylum." Lastly, it is'essential that all the patients should bo under one medical superintendent.
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LUNACY REGULATION (IRELAND) ACT CHAPTER XXII. An Act to amend the Law in Ireland relating to Commissions of Lunacy, and the proceeding under the same, and the management of the Estates of Lunatics; and to provide for the visiting and the protection of the Property of Lunatics in Ireland; and for other purposes.
[25th May ] [Preamble.]Short title. Lunacy Regulation (Ireland) Act, that if at any time the master of any union workhouse or the resident medical superintendent or manager of any county or district lunatic asylum shall be informed or become aware that any person of unsound mind in the union workhouse of which he is master or any person so admitted as aforesaid to and.
Henry Landor ( – 6 January ) was the first medical superintendent of the Asylum For The Insane, London, Ontario, which was built to his was one of those at the forefront in North America of the movement for moral treatment of mental patients.
Earlier in life, he was a settler, farmer, physician, scientist, and explorer in Western Australia, and then he became a. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. From the report of the Medical Superintendent, it will be seen that the daily per capita cost of maintaining the patients, for the year ending Jwas $0and for the year ending J$0 ; and we most confidently claim that the cost of maintaining the class of patients here confined cannot be reduced below those.
Annual report of the Medical Superintendent of the N.Y. City Asylum for Insane, Ward's Island, N.Y., for the year- Box 3 Envelope 5. Sir William Withey Gull, 1st Baronet (31 December – 29 January ), was a 19th-century English physician. Of modest family origins, he rose through the ranks of the medical profession to establish a lucrative private practice and serve in a number of prominent roles, including Governor of Guy's Hospital, Fullerian Professor of Physiology and President of the Clinical utions: Guy's Hospital, London.
Lunacy Regulation (Ireland) Act CHAPTER Every resident medical superintendent or manager of any district or county or other public lunatic asylum, and every proprietor of any lunatic asylum, and every person whosoever who-shall receive into or keep and detain in his custody or care any person being of unsound mind, shall.
Report of the special committee appointed to investigate the relations of some of the private hospitals in the city of New York which are in receipt of public money under contracts or agreements with the Department of Public Charities: report adopted by the Board, July 8, by New York (State) (Book).
The School opened in October, at Calcutta Sanskrit College with Dr. James Jamieson as the first Superintendent. The period of training was for 3 years. The first one year was spent on les s ons on Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology and Materia Medica. Medicine and Surgery were taught during two.
The first medical superintendent, Samuel Hill, retired with ‘the entire loss of mental and bodily health’ inafter the death of his wife who had worked alongside him.
The fourth medical superintendent, A.I. Eades, committed suicide in In some respects the life of the asylum staff could be as difficult as that of the patients. A History of nursing. For many nurses, the skills of nursing or caring lie at the heart of their work.
Until the mid-nineteenth century, nursing was not an activity, which was thought to demand either skill or training. Nor did it command respect. those who were too old, too weak, too drunken, too dirty, too stupid or too bad to do anything else. Series terian Hospital, Scope and Contents note.
This series consists of printed Hospital Annual Reports, andand administrative correspondence relating to the school of nursing, The by Governor General Charles Bagot, entitled Report on the affairs of the Indians in Canada.: 12–17 Referred to as the Bagot Report, it is seen as the foundational document for the federal residential school system.
It was supported by James Bruce, 8th Earl of Elgin, who had been impressed by industrial schools in the West Indies, and Egerton Ryerson, who was then the Chief Superintendent. LUMBERTON — One more Robeson County resident has died of COVID, and 60 new cases have been confirmed, the Robeson County Health Department reported Thursday.
A year-old man was the latest. Chicago resident Steven Hill, who is 60, recalls: “It was a term used in the ’50s and ’60s — ‘If you and your brothers and sisters don’t behave, we’ll send you to Dunning.’. John Bowie, a native, and for many year resident, of Bladensbtirg District, in Prim George s county.
Md. died at his resident near Annapolis Junction, in Anne Aruudi eoun y. on the.'Id instant, at the advanced a-j of T'J years. When the railroad fern* steamer is placed o. Page 3. REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA INSANE ASYLUM.
TO HIS EXCELLENCY, THOMAS J. JARVIS, GOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA: SIR: In behalf of the Board of Directors, I have the honor to submit the accompanying reports of the Superintendent and Treasurer of the North Carolina Insane Asylum for the year ending November 30th, Dr. Campbell, the Medical Superintendent fromdied in office in August and was succeeded by the Senior Assistant, Dr.
Amsden. A third assistant was appointed in and the next year a Dispenser-Secretary was appointed, the second Assistant. The following is from a treatise entitled The Institutional Care of the Insane in the United States and Canada.
The necessity of erecting an asylum for the care and treatment of the insane was advocated by Dr. Lyndon A. Smith, of Newark, in an address read before the Medical Society of New Jersey inon the occasion of his taking the chair as president of the society. Lists of Physicians and Midwives Whose Licenses Were Recorded During the Year, published in four issues of the Annual Report of the Health Commissioner for the years ending Ma (17th Annual Report); Ma (18th Annual Report), Ma (19th Annual Report), and Ma (20th Annual Report).Report of the Superintendent of the United States Coast Survey from Annual Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances, Annual Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances for the Year A strike by staff in February necessitated a special emergency meeting of the Board where it was reported by the Resident Medical Superintendent P98/1/14, “I beg to report that the attendant staff, male and female, and tradesmen ceased work at p.m.
on the 13th February and are still on strike.