Network of Reformers in Psychiatry
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1993-09 Bratislava Slovakia
Sep 1993, Bratislava (Slovakia), at first meeting, within the framework of F-XD0004 - Human Rights in Mental Health (FGIP). Expected to come under the aegis of H-XD6894 - Association of Reformers in Psychiatry (ARP) when that body is fully functional. Informal structure for exchange and contacts of GIP.
Pursue reform in mental health care in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union; encourage mental health professionals of these countries to exchange views and experience; provide participants with current mental health publications in languages accessible to them.
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Board of Advisors. Permanent coordination office at the Geneva (Switzerland) Initiative, Amsterdam (Netherlands); regional office in Kiev (Ukraine).
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