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Protecting Human Research Participants in Group Homes By Regine Dubono
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The author describes what she realizes is a violation of civil and human rights in the treatment of those with a diagnosis of mental illness.
The Adventures of Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor Boy By Jason Madsen
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What could go wrong on a road trip? When you're an agoraphobic teenager...everything! Eighteen-year-old Kyle Crane has spent most of his short life hiding from the world. With the help of modern... More > pharmaceuticals, a mettlesome girl named Angela, and a lackadaisical dog named Socrates, Kyle manages to bolster up enough courage to drive across the country to find the father that walked out on him years earlier.< Less
Protecting Group Home Consumers as Undisclosed and Unaware Human Research Subjects By Regine Dubono
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A parent discovers that the program that she thought would reintegrate her daughter back into community living, and would heal her, was a poorly designed, undisclosed research program that illegally... More > coerced consumers to take drugs that had nothing to do with rehabilitation, and was not conducted by scientists. In addition, it violated many rules of permissible research programs with Human subjects, the first and most essential one being INFORMED CONSENT. Dealing with subjects of diminished autonomy, assent can never be informed consent, and the regulations require that each patient have an outside advocate, or relative, helping him understand what the project is about and how it might benefit him or humanity. The author examines the program and determines that it is faulty, cannot possibly benefit the consumer or the public, and imposes much more than minimal risk, for the consumers lives are dramatically shortened. It is a book for all who happen to know someone with mental illness.< Less
SANE By Regine Dubono
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A rare and revealing documentary of the thoughts, feelings, reasoning, fears, dreams and hopes of a young woman (and her mother) from a middle class family in America during the 1980's, and how she... More > has become increasingly mentally ill due to the prolonged poly-pharmacy of psychiatric drugs she has been taking for years. Should be important information for mental health professionals.< Less
Fairy Tale Concentration Camps By Regine Dubono
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This book is a compendium of diaries, letters, program leaflets, with a common thread of the topic of mental illness and its medical treatment component. It is designed to be an eye opener for all... More > those who value life and freedom.< Less
On Behavior By Keith Trimm
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On Behavior is a book in 3 sections that deals with what makes people tick. Section one is my description of types of behavior, section two is personal interviews with real people about behavior and... More > section three is my observations of behavior as I have seen it. None of this is new or ground breaking; it's my commentary on human behavior as I've seen it along with a large dose of interpersonal interviews tossed in. I have an idea, I don't know if it's a theory so I'll call it an idea for now. That idea is that people are made up of bits and pieces of mental stuff like grains of sand scooped up from a sand pile and placed in a bucket and aged with a lifetime of experiences and spiced with emotions. Each grain of sand is a personality trait randomly selected and added to the pile to create a unique person with traits shared with but not in the same combination with everyone else. My instinct is to think that everyone would be for the most part alike when it comes to certain things.< Less
She Ain't Heavy She Is My Daughter By Regine Dubono
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Using interplanetary voyage with the help of immortal Sherlock Holmes and the avatar of a butterfly a curator describes treatment for mental illness in a drug study at a renown hospital on Planet... More > Terrorista through funding by a government agency and project.< Less
Thoughts Racing Through My Mind By Regine Dubono-Pelham
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An assembly of essays, poems, short stories, letters, based on a stream of thoughts writing technique, similar to the stream of thoughts individuals with mental illness might experience. to... More > demonstrate the scale of continuity between conscious thought and unconsciousness, health and so called "illness", and art and science as it applies to healing and the medical arts. Also a description of the program "ART, HISTORY AND MEDICINE", presented at Rutgers University in 1990 by Artists for Mental Health, a NP corporation in NJ, based in South Orange, NJ, of which Dubono was the chief founder and activist. The final essay entitled: An Urgent Letter to a Prescriber" deals with the ethics of psychiatric prescriptions, often containing duplicates, or medications that oppose each other's, and their side effects which are little understood by community residents and staff alike. At least patients in psychiatric hospitals were monitored. In the community, Serious Drugs side effects are often ignored.< Less
The Back Story By Beth Taylor
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The Back Story is a visual narrative chronicling my experience with persistent back pain. The book details my MFA Thesis Project in Graphic Design for Maryland Institute College of Art (MFA 2011).
When Your Drugs Don't Work, But Make You Sick By Regine Dubono
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When a mother discovers that the drugs her daughter has been prescribed are making her physically and mentally ill, she tries to have the group home decrease them in stages and find herself fighting... More > against an invincible system. That system includes the regulatory organizations, the funding organizations and of course the pharmaceutical companies who make the drugs. However the drug manufacturers do not recommend the mixing of drugs which is being practiced in 24/7 group homes, and which is a requirement for food and shelter there.< Less