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THOMAS A. BAN: TOWARDS EDUCATION IN THE HISTORY OF NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY

Part 8: Educational Series

 

By the end of 2015, the Cordoba Unit was transformed into INHN’s Central Office directed by Carlos Morra, with an Administrative Unit, coordinated by Leon Morra. On January, 2016, the Central Office launched its Educational Series, posting weekly, on Mondays, a selected posting from the past from Educational E-Books or Electronic Archives.   The Educational Series is complementing INHN Website Communications that is posted in the middle of the week and has been in operation since April 3, 2013. In due course, the Educational Series will post each of INHN’s Collated Documents, based on the interaction (exchange) in individual projects, to give an opportunity for Network Members for a final comment before the Collated Document is converted into an Educational E-Book.

INHN EDUCATIONAL SERIES

2016

Number 1        January 4        Peter R. Martin, editor:  Thomas A. Ban, Barry Blackwell, Samuel Gershon, Peter R. Martin and Gregers Wegener INHN 2013. (First Posted on December 25, 2014, in E-Books).                      

Number 2        January 11      Thomas A. Ban and Ronaldo Ucha Udabe: Classification of Psychosis. (First posted on November 6, 2014, in E-Books).

Number 3        January 18       Thomas A. Ban, Barry Blackwell, Samuel Gershon, Peter R. Martin and Gregers Wegener INHN 2014. (First posted on January 1, 2015, in E-Books). 

Number 4        January 25      Thomas A. Ban: From Melancholia to Depression. A History of Diagnosis and Treatment. (First posted on March 6, 2014, in E-Books).

Number 5        February 1     Frank M. Berger: My Biography. (First posted on August 28, 2014, in E-Books).

Number 6        February 8      Peter R. Martin and Thomas A. Ban, editors: Recollections of the History of Neuropsychopharmacology through Interviews Conducted by Leo E. Hollister. (First posted on February 6, 2014, in E-Books).

Number 7        February 15   Thomas A. Ban: CODE-SD Composite Diagnostic Evaluation of Schizophrenic Disorders. (First posted on Arpil 17, 2014, in E-Books).

Number 8        February 22     Peter R. Martin, editor: Recollections of the History of Neuropsychopharmacology. (First posted on July 24, 2014, in E-Books).

Number 9        February 29    Barry Blackwell: Jose Delgado. A Case Study. Science, Hubris, Nemesis and Redemption. (First posted on January 2, 2014, in E- Books).

Number 10      March 7          Thomas A. Ban: DAS Diagnostic Assessment Scale for Diagnostic Criteria for Research. (First posted on August 21, 2014, in E-Books).

Number 11      March 14        Heinz Lehmann: What is wrong with getting old? (First posted on May 1, 2014, in the Lehmann Collection in Archives).

Number 12      March 21        Ban Psychopharmacology and the Classification of Functional Psychoses. (First posted on November 27, 2014, in the Ban Collection, in Archives).

Number 13      March 28        Samuel Gershon: Discoveries and their trajectories. The Psychopharmacological specificity of the lithium ion. (First posted August 15, 2013, in the Gershon Collection, in Archives).

Number 14      April 4            Thomas A. Ban: History of Psychiatry. (First posted on May1, 2014, in E-Books).   

Number 15      April 11,         Heinz E. Lehmann: Delirium. Historical aspects. (First posted on April 24, 2014, in the Lehmann Collection, in Archives).

Number 16      April 18          Thomas A. Ban: General Psychopathology. (First posted on May 8, 2014, in E-Books).

Number 17      April 25          Samuel Gershon: Lithium: Discovered, Forgotten and Rediscovered. (First posted on August 15, 2013, in the Gershon Collection, in Archives).

Number 18      May 2             Heinz E. Lehmann: The mental hospital: monster, fossil or utopia. (First posted on May 22, 2014, in the Lehmann Collection in Archives).

Number 19      May 9              Thomas A. Ban: Seminar on clinical methodology – Critical appraisal of Scientific Literature. (First posted on April 3, 2014, in the Ban Collection, in Archives).

Number 20      May 16           Heinz E. Lehmann: The impact of the psychopharmacological revolution on psychiatry. (First presented on August7, 2014, in the Lehmann Collection in Archives).

Number 21      May 23           Thomas A. Ban: Towards a clinical methodology for Neuropsychopharmacological research. (First presented on 13, 2013 in the Ban Collection, in Archives).

Number 22      May 30           Heinz E. Lehmann: Psychotherapy’s empathy and intuition versus modern drug strategies and brain investigation  technology. (First presented on April 17, 2014, in the Lehmann Collection, in Archives).    

 

Thomas A. Ban

May 26, 2016