In this address to the American Psychiatric Association's Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts, Gorman reported on
the findings of the U.S. Mental Health Mission to the U.S.S.R. (13 September - 12 October 1967.) He found much to praise
in the Soviet system: All citizens had access to mental health services; the Soviet system was focused on the patient's
individual needs; and that system also emphasized training of adequate numbers of mental health professionals.
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Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Community Mental Health Services
Continuing the Mental Health Crusade, 1964-1973
Letter from Mike Gorman to Phillip L. Sirotkin, National Institute of Mental Health (February 23, 1967)
Some Suggestions on What to Take [August 1967]
[Gorman's preliminary notes and list of things to see on the U.S. mental health mission to the U.S.S.R.] [August 1967]