After 5 years of rejection by psychiatry to offer drugfree treatmet the ministry had enoungh: “Norway’s Health Ministry Orders Medication-Free Treatment” i. e. approx. 60 of 4000 beds for drugfree treatment and withdrawal . Robert Whitaker wrote: “The Door to a Revolution in Psychiatry Cracks Open”. A MIA Report: https://www.madinamerica.com/2017/03/the-door-to-a-revolution-in-psychiatry-cracks-open/ Research is also included in the order. It is well established that lower dosis to fewer patients over shorter time improves treatment outcomes especially lookong at recovery. Therefore I suggested to Norwegian research institutions: “Paradigm shift: Can Open dialogue achieve quadruple recovery rate, reduce schizophrenia per year to one tenth and disability allowance/sickness is reduced to one third?” http://wkeim.bplaced.net/files/recovery-en.html Reading the project descriptions e. g. https://www.med.uio.no/norment/forskning/aktuelt/manedens-forsker/2018/maria-fagerbakke-stromme.html shows that those defining projects seem to be deaf. “The purpose of the study is to assess whether the drug-free treatment is safe. As we know that untreated psychosis is associated with increased mortality and serious incidents, it will be particularly important to follow this.” based on the hypothesis that the current use of antipsychotics are “effective” and prevent siucide. Bergstrøm et al 2018 describe facts/reality. Current research is build on rejectiong facts/reality. This seems to continue because of support of a majority of psychiatrists unless patients make a revolution.