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Year : 1999  |  Volume : 41  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 19-23

Prevention Misuse & Abuse of Psychiatry the Armed Forces

T.38, Rajouri garden, New Delhi 110 027, India

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Kirpal Singh
T.38, Rajouri garden, New Delhi 110 027
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The year 1997 is a historic year on many counts. It is on the one hand the Golden Jubilee year of our Nation, as also of the Indian Psychiatric Society. Our meeting here today is a historic event which marks an important epoch in the development in this field of specialisation - as it is the first ever meeting of Military Psychiatry section of Indian Psychiatric Society. However the world of today has moved far from the ideals which we upheld on our path which brought us to this important point. Unfortunately, moral and ethical values have deteriorated across the body politic. Apprehension of this state affecting our profession also, has prompted me to speak today on the subject of, "Prevention of Misuse of Psychiatry in the Armed Forces".



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