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- Full title: Cardiology Board Review and Self-Assessment: A Companion Guide to Hurst’s the Heart 1st Edition
- Edition: 1st
- Copyright year: 2019
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education / Medical
- Author: Mark Eisenberg; Jonathan Afilalo; Jacqueline Joza; Ravi Karra; Patrick Lawler
- ISBN: 9781260026153, 9783030233310
- Format: PDF
Description of Cardiology Board Review and Self-Assessment: A Companion Guide to Hurst’s the Heart 1st Edition:
A real eye-opener, this riveting anti/critical psychiatry book is comprised of original cutting-edge dialogues between Burstow (an antipsychiatry theorist and activist) and other leaders in the “revolt against psychiatry,” including radical practitioners, lawyers, reporters, activists, psychiatric survivors, academics, family members, and artists. People in dialogue with the author include Indigenous leader Roland Chrisjohn, psychiatrist Peter Breggin, survivor Lauren Tenney, and scholar China Mills. The single biggest focus/tension in the book is a psychiatry abolition position versus a critical psychiatry (or reformist) position. In the scope of this project, Burstow considers the ways racism, genocide, Indigeneity, sexism, media bias, madness, neurodiversity, and strategic activism are intertwined with critical and antipsychiatry.