Forensic psychiatry in Russia – the links with Britain evolve further

  • Gordon H
  • Meux C
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Abstract

The perception of forensic psychiatry in Russia has been affected by the abuse of psychiatry for the detention of political dissidents during the later Soviet period (Smith & Oleszczuk, 1996). The Royal College of Psychiatrists played a key role in sanctioning the Soviet Society of Psychiatrists, but reintegration of Russian psychiatry into the international community of psychiatry now seems to be well underway.

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Gordon, H., & Meux, C. (2003). Forensic psychiatry in Russia – the links with Britain evolve further. Psychiatric Bulletin, 27(07), 271–273. https://doi.org/10.1192/pb.27.7.271

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