Posts Tagged ‘Greg Neate’
This blog accompanies a recently published feature, Tall Order, in Umbrella Magazine Issue 11 – Winter 2014/15 , available to buy in print and viewable online. Thanks to Tony and Matt for their support and good luck with taking your vision to the next level.
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Tags: Commonwealth games, demolition, Glasgow, Glasgow 2014, Greg Neate, high rise flats, neate photos, photography, Red Road flats, Still Standing, Tall Order, tower blocks, Umbrella magazine
This affectionate, unflinching gonzo documentary sees Toby Amies bring to screen this portrait of an eccentric, extraordinary man who lacks for short term memory and in doing so has created the film that the self-styled Drako Oho Zarhazar was seemingly destined to star in.
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Tags: brain injury, Brighton, cognitive impairment, Documentary film, Drako Oho Zarhazar, Greg Neate, Journal of Medical Humanities, The Man Whose Mind Exploded, Toby Amies, Trust. Absolute. Unconditional
In Portrait of the Psychiatrist as a Young Man, Scottish psychiatrist Allan Beveridge argues for a partial rehabilitation of Laing’s existential approach towards understanding mental illness. Beveridge states that the Laingian approach of “treating the patient as a person rather than a malfunctioning mechanism has new-found appeal”
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Tags: "Portrait of the psychiatrist as a young man", Allan Beveridge, book review, Greg Neate, Journal Mental Health, philosophy, psychiatry, RD Laing
“As it’s nearly a year since I arrived in Glasgow, I thought it timely to write about just what I’ve been doing here.” A summary of my work over 12 months with Homeless and Community Mental Health Services in Glasgow.
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Tags: A Busman's Holiday, Glasgow, Greg Neate, Homeless, Homelessness, Mental Health, psychiatry, Scotland
An interview with a Ghanaian traditional healer, known as a fetish priest, who runs an informal healing centre for people with mental illness at his remote, rural community near Kintampo in central Ghana.
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Tags: abosom, Africa, Brong Ahafo, Ernestina Agyei Yobo, fetish priest, Ghana, Greg Neate, informal healing centre, Kintampo, Kofi Munufie, Kokuma, mental illness, Nana, obosom, psychiatry, Signs of faith, special day, Spritis, the Kintampo Project, Traditional healer, Ursula Read, West Africa
A Neate blog with photos on my Out of Programme Experience as a psychiatric Specialist Registrar in Ghana. A long report that tries to compress the circumstances of how I practiced, supervised and taught psychiatry and the sense of being and seeing Ghana itself!
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Tags: Africa, Challenges Worldwide, Ghana, Greg Neate, Pantang Psychiatric Hospital, psychiatry, Royal College of Psychiatrists, Sussex Partnership, the Kintampo Project