He developed the rest cure while he was an army surgeon in the Civil War. Evidence of the rest treatment working is mentioned in The Evolution of the Rest Treatment, Mitchell wrote how he helped Mrs. G. Mrs. G was his first successful case using the rest treatment. While it worked for Mrs. G, it failed for Gilman. Gilman herself suffered from postpartum depression. Gilman was given the rest treatment.
("AMEDD/NCO Enlisted Soldier History," n.d.) This is important because it provided personnel to support to our troops medically. By augmenting personnel from the front, it raised the conditions for our maimed and ill. Without acknowledgement from Congress, we would have remained riflemen with an extra duty of litter bearers and gravediggers reaping additional deceased. The agreement I feel was the tip of the spear for us as medical leaders. 2.
Musicians used to perform for high-rank officers during war, and the phonograph provided music and emotional bond for soldiers marking another new development in music history. Classic Musicians such as Gustav Mahler (1860-1911), Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915), Claude Debussy (1862-1918), and Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924) had either died or lost their creative energy during and after
“Hector Garcia: We train soldiers for war. Let's train them to come home, too” Hector Garcia’s approach to the rhetorical analysis is very organized when he speaks about PTSD. He started his speech by introducing a former military soldier whom had suffered with PTSD, since he came home from war. The story is he started off with an approach to two different ideas of controlling a situation when the patient would have flashbacks of the war. In the story, he points out how mankind has always used war to deal with conflicts since the beginning of time.
The 1990 film, Awakenings, which was directed by Penny Marshall, aimed to show the story of a doctor and how he coped up with the diseases of his patients. The neurologist, Dr. Malcom Sayer, did not just manifested his profession as a doctor but his relation to his patients as well. Another relationship can also be seen in the movie. The mother and child relationship between Mrs. Lowe and her son, Leonard, is very touching. The film has been auspicious in demonstrating the acceptance and love of a mother for his son despite his flaws and irregularities.
Shell shocked is a type of post-traumatic stress disorder that occurred during World War I. Many Army officials tried to cover up shell shocked because they wanted to keep those men in the battlefield. Throughout the novel Maisie Dobbs, there were several cases of shell shocked. Doctors Charles S. Myers and William McDougall looked into shell shocked and started doing studies with the soldiers that were affected by it. Shell shocked did have a few treatments which consisted of a bromide, massage, electrical faradization, and a milk diet, but many people thought that shell shocked should be treated with military discipline.
The American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) confirms music for all and praises the efforts of individuals who give their music and time; the more music the better! However clinical music therapy is the only professional, research-based area that actively applies science to the creative, emotional, and energizing experiences of music for health care and academic goals. Below are a few important facts about music therapy and the music therapists who practice it: • Music experts or therapists must have a bachelor’s degree or higher to conduct music therapy from one of AMTA’s 72 authorized colleges and universities, including 1200 hours of clinical training. • Music therapists must have the MT-BC documents, issued by the Certification Board for Music Therapists, which guards the public by ensuring competent practice and requiring maintained education. Some states also require license for board-certified music therapists.
The physician assistant profession was created to improve and expand healthcare based on demands in the mid 1960’s when physicians realized there was a shortage of primary care physicians. Happening concurrently was an influx of men returning from Vietnam War who were well trained and experienced in addressing medical emergencies such as traumas. To help this Eugene Stead Jr, MD, of the Duke University Medical Center, put together the first class in 1965. He selected four Navy Hospital Corpsmen who had extensive medical training while abroad at war. Stead based his teachings on his knowledge of the fast paced training of doctors serving in World War II.
“The aim of medicine is to prevent disease and prolong life…” said William James Mayo. During the Civil War there were many advances that helped soldiers live through and after the war. Medical Advances in the Civil War introduced new antiseptic medical practices and medical procedures, modern medical surgeries, and medical knowledge to better serve the public. Over two-thirds of the casualties of the Civil War came from diseases: some were dysentery, measles, typhoid fever, malaria, and tuberculosis. One of the things that many battlefield surgeons and doctors used were chloroform and ether.
Composers have the ability to influence how we the audience views and responds to characters and issues. Through viewing and analysing ‘The Shoe Horn Sonata’ by John Misto and ‘Saving Private Ryan’ directed by Steven Spielberg, it is obvious that composers have the ability to impact and influence our views on characters and issues that occur. Shoe Horn Sonata and Saving Private Ryan were set in the same context of World War 2. John Misto’s Shoe Horn Sonata takes place during the war against Japan, the play focus on the lives of two women Bridie and Sheila who have been captured by the Japanese to become (POW) prisoners of war. John Misto’s play was based on real accounts from POWs, the play was to commemorate the female POWS who story was unheard of and to give an insight to the audience into what the POWs had to endure while under the japanese rule.