The Vegetarian

@inproceedings{Read2017TheV,
  title={The Vegetarian},
  author={Ginevra Read},
  year={2017}
}
James (Jim) Watson, who died after a stroke on 3 August 2016 aged 80, was among a small band of British psychiatrists who trained in the 1960s and 70s to take psychiatry out of the asylums and establish robust services in general hospital and community settings. They were also responsible for developing a wide range of specialist mental health services. Jim was deeply committed to improving the standards of clinical care, from early implementation of behavioural therapy through in-patient group… CONTINUE READING