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Italy, 1978: the Basaglia Law sanctions the closure of psychiatric hospitals in an attempt to revolutionise mental health care. Drawing on the anti-psychiatry movement’s legacy, historian John Foot (The Man Who Closed the Asylums), writer and mental health nurse Nathan Filer (The Shock of the Fall) and former psychiatrist Linda Gask (The Other Side of Silence) discuss tackling mental health care today. Chaired by David Freeman.

Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances Peter Fonagy is no longer able to take part in this event.

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The Inkpot, Imperial Square

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