From the American Philosophical Association: A pioneering course called “Psychiatry and the Humanities” for postgraduate students at the University of Montreal has been nominated for the Camille Laurin Prize for Achievement of the Year by the Quebec Psychiatric Association. The course explores philosophical, sociological, and psychological perspectives on psychiatry, including the antipsychiatry perspective.
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