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Finding Aid to the US/USSR Psychiatry Delegation Records, 1976-2005 (bulk 1987-1991)

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Summary Information
Title: US/USSR Psychiatry Delegation Records
Creator: United States. Delegation to Assess Recent Changes in Soviet Psychiatry
Dates: 1976-2005 (bulk 1987-1991)
Extent: 3.75 linear feet (5 boxes)
Abstract:
Correspondence, reports, drafts, psychological testing instruments, subject files, and audio and video recordings which document a 1989 joint NIMH/U.S. State Department delegation visit to the Soviet Union to assess the state of Soviet psychiatry. The delegation focused on the diagnosis status, treatment, and human rights protections given to political and religious dissidents who had been involuntarily committed to psychiatric hospitals.

Call number: MS C 626
Language: Collection materials primarily in Englishand Russian
Location: History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine

Access Restrictions:

Collection is restricted. Portions of the collection are restricted according to HMD's Access to Health Information of Individuals policy. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access. For access to the policy and application form, please visit https://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/manuscripts/phi.pdf.

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Preferred Citation:

United States. Delegation to Assess Recent Changes in Soviet Psychiatry. US/USSR Psychiatry Delegation Records. 1976-2005 (bulk 1987-1991). Located in: Archives and Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 626.

Provenance:

Transfer, Darrell Regier (NIMH), 2000 Jan 05, Accession #2000-001, 2005-034.


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Finding Aid to the US/USSR Psychiatry Delegation Records, 1976-2005 (bulk 1987-1991)

History of Medicine Division
Processed by Megan O'Hern
Processing Completed March 2018
Encoded by Megan O'Hern

Descriptive Summary

United States. Delegation to Assess Recent Changes in Soviet PsychiatryUS/USSR Psychiatry Delegation Records Dates: 1976-2005 (bulk 1987-1991)3.75 linear feet (5 boxes)MS C 626 History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine Collection materials primarily in Englishand RussianAbstract:Correspondence, reports, drafts, psychological testing instruments, subject files, and audio and video recordings which document a 1989 joint NIMH/U.S. State Department delegation visit to the Soviet Union to assess the state of Soviet psychiatry. The delegation focused on the diagnosis status, treatment, and human rights protections given to political and religious dissidents who had been involuntarily committed to psychiatric hospitals.Provenance:

Transfer, Darrell Regier (NIMH), 2000 Jan 05, Accession #2000-001, 2005-034.

Access Restrictions:

Collection is restricted. Portions of the collection are restricted according to HMD's Access to Health Information of Individuals policy. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access. For access to the policy and application form, please visit https://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/manuscripts/phi.pdf.

Copyright and Re-use Information

NLM does not possess copyright to the collection. Archival collections often contain mixed copyrights; while NLM is the owner of the physical items, permission to examine collection materials is not an authorization to publish. These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. It is the user's responsibility to research and understand any applicable copyright and re-publication rights not allowed by fair use. NLM does not grant permissions to publish.

Privacy Information

Archives and manuscript collections may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in any collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which the National Library of Medicine assumes no responsibility.

Preferred Citation:

United States. Delegation to Assess Recent Changes in Soviet Psychiatry. US/USSR Psychiatry Delegation Records. 1976-2005 (bulk 1987-1991). Located in: Archives and Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 626.

Historical Note

Between February 26 and March 12, 1989, a delegation representing the United States government visited the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) with the goal of assessing the state of Soviet psychiatry. The delegation was particularly concerned with allegations that Soviet psychiatrists used medically-baseless diagnoses of schizophrenia and other mental illness to intern political and religious dissidents indefinitely in psychiatric hospitals. The visit, which was made at the USSR's invitation, represented a thawing in the Soviet Union's relationship with Western psychological organizations, many of which had long-condemned the USSR's alleged use of psychiatry in human rights violations.

The delegation was comprised of fourteen psychiatrists, one psychologist, two lawyers, two specialists in human rights, and six interpreters. The visit was coordinated by the U.S. State Department's Bureau of Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, with Robert W. Farrand leading the effort. Secretary of State George Shultz requested that the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) assist the State Department with the visit, and Drs. Darrel Regier and Samuel Keith of NIMH designed the standardized and scientific research methods which the delegation would use. Dr. Loren Roth of the University of Pittsburgh served as the delegation's overall psychiatric team leader while Dr. Harold Visotsky led the hospital visit teams.

During their visit, the delegation's psychiatric team systematically interviewed fifteen hospitalized and twelve released psychiatric patients to determine if they showed signs of mental illness which would justify internment in a psychiatric hospital. The delegation had full access to the patients' medical records and, in some cases, also interviewed the patients' relatives, friends, and treating psychiatrists. In addition, the delegation also visited four ordinary and special psychiatric hospitals in the USSR to assess the quality of treatment there.

Upon their return, the delegation authored a report which was published in the journal Schizophrenia Bulletin. The delegation found that, while there were some positive indications that Soviet psychiatry had begun adopting more Western standards, there was still evidence of psychiatric abuse. The delegation's visit contributed to a positive exchange of best practices between the United States and the Soviet Union -- in 1990, Soviet psychiatrists conducted a return visit the United States.


Correspondence, reports, drafts, psychological testing instruments, subject files, and audio and video recordings which document a 1989 joint NIMH/U.S. State Department delegation visit to the Soviet Union to assess the state of Soviet psychiatry. The delegation focused on the diagnosis status, treatment, and human rights protections given to political and religious dissidents who had been involuntarily committed to psychiatric hospitals.

Series 1: Correspondence contains letters to and from members of the delegation and largely consists of topics such as trip planning, training, coordination with Soviet contacts and the U.S. State Department, policy discussions, and responses to the visit. Correspondence relating to the final report and the Soviets' return visit is found in Series 2 (Final Reports) and Series 7 (Soviet Return Visit) respectively.

Various iterations of the delegation's final report are found in Series 2. In addition to the published version of the report that appeared in Schizophrenia Bulletin, the series contains numerous drafts of different sections of the report. Notably, Series 2 contains the published Soviet response to the U.S. delegation's final report.

Accounts by individual members of the delegation visit are found in Series 3. This series also contains written accounts, summaries, and video and audio recordings of the delegation's overall visit as well as their visits to ordinary psychiatric and special psychiatric hospitals. Many of the records in Series 3 contain patient health information and the series is restricted according to the History of Medicine Division's Access to Personally Identifiable Health Information policy.

Records pertaining to the return visit by Soviet psychiatrists to the United States comprises Series 7. This series notably contains correspondence and policy decisions related to the deferment of the return visit due to controversy over human rights abuse allegations lodged against one member of the Soviet delegation (see visit deferment).

Video recordings of a 2005 retrospective symposium about the U.S. delegation's visit, held in memory of delegation member Dr. David Lozovsky, can be found in Series 8.

Index Terms

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    MESH Subjects

    • Commitment of Mentally Ill
    • Forensic Psychiatry
    • Hospitals, Psychiatric
    • Human Rights
    • International Cooperation
    • Patient Advocacy
    • Patient Rights
    Personal Names

    • Keith, Samuel J.
    • Regier, Darrel A.
    • Roth, Loren H.
    • Shultz, George Pratt, 1920-
    • Visotsky, Harold M.
    Corporate Names

    • National Institute of Mental Health (U.S.)
    • United States. Department of State. Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor
    Geographic Names

    • USSR

    Series Descriptions

    Series 1: Correspondence, 1987-199111-9 General Correspondence, 1987-1991 Series 2: Final Reports, 1989-1990110 Report of the U.S. Delegation, Schizophrenia Bulletin, Supplement to Vol. 14, No. 4, 1989111 U.S. and Soviet Perspectives on the Diagnosis of Schizophrenia and Associated Dangerousness, Schizophrenia Bulletin, Vol. 15, No. 4, 1989112 Final Report to U.S. Department of State, 1989 Jul 12113 Final Report, Russian Translation, 1989114 Soviet Response, 1989115 Report and Response, Analysis of Points of Agreement and Disagreement, 1989116 Outline, 1989117-18 Drafts, 1989-1990119 Inspection Draft, 1989120 Tables Drafts, 1989121 Correspondence, 1989-1990122 Recommendations from US Embassy in Moscow, 1989123 Report Publication, 1989-1990124 Distribution List, 1989125Psychiatry in the USSR, Issue 1, 1990 Series 3: U.S. Delegation Visit, 198931 Visit Summaries, 1989Access Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    32 Bonnie, Richard - Notes, 1989Access Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    33 Klein, Joel - Notes, 1989Access Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    34 Mercer, Ellen - Notes, 1989Access Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    35 Reddaway, Peter - Notes, 1989Access Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    36 Rigamer, Elmore - Notes, 1989Access Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    37 Roth, Loren - Notes, 1989Access Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    Hospital Visits 38 Hospital Visit Summaries, 1989Access Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    39 Kazan Special Hospital, 1989Access Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    310 Vilnius Ordinary Hospital, 1989Access Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    311 Kaunas Ordinary Hospital, 1989Access Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    312 Chernyakhovsk Special Hospital, 1989Access Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    Audiovisual 4 Hospital Team tape #1 Kazan/Vilnius/Kaunas/Chernyakhovsk (women's ward, interior facilities, psychatrist meetings, outdoor recreation areas, some patient interviews) [videocassette, dvcam], 1989 MarchAccess Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    4 Hospital Team tape #3 Visotsky team (L. Stern) (misc. delegation hotel scenes, one Soviet psychiatrist's home) [videocassette, dvcam], 1989 MarchAccess Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    4 Hospital Site Visit Team tape #1 (hospital hallways, on-the-spot patient discussions outside, discussion with Soviets about a patient) [videocassette, dvcam], 1989 MarchAccess Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    4 Hospital Site Visit Team tape #2 (hospital hallways, on-the-spot patient discussions outside, discussion with Soviets about a patient) [videocassette, dvcam], 1989 MarchAccess Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    4 Day 1, Team 3 (Carpenter, et. al, J. Bloom, L. Stern [dvcam], 1989Access Restrictions:

    [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]

    5 Discussion with Soviet Psychiatrists (joint delegation/host training, information sharing, and working meetings; recorded from Russian translator's mic.) [2 audiocassettes, 2 dvcams], 1989 Mar 055 Conference, Friday [3 dvcam], 1989 Mar 105 Conference, Saturday [2 dvcam], 1989 Mar 11 Series 4: Planning and Logistics, 1988-1989126 Advance Team USSR Trip Report, 1988127 Background Material for Participants, 1989128 Handwritten Notes, 1988-1989129 Interview Questionnaire for Alexander Podrabinek, undated130 Planning Meeting Agendas, 1988-1989131 Preliminary Protocol Outline, 1988132 Procedures Drafts, 1989133 Site Visit Plan, 1989134 Some Notes Regarding the Meeting with Mr. Schifter, 1989 Jan 27135 Stipulations for Delegation Visit, 1988136 Travel to the Soviet Union Tips, 1988-1989137 Visit Tasks, 1988-1989 Audiovisual 5 Training Tape, St. E, Pre-USSR Visit (St. Elizabeth's Hospital) [dvcam], undated5 Training Session, Carpenter, Stern [dvcam], 1989 Feb 02 Series 5: Psychological Testing Instruments, 1987-199021 Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale - Anchored, 199022 Consent Forms, 198923 Diagnostic Criteria, 1987-198924 DSM-III-R Criteria Checklist, 198825 Forensic Interview Schedule, 198926 Friend/Relative Interview Schedule, 198927 International Personality Disorder Examination (IPDE), 198928 NIMH Diagnostic Interview Schedule (NIMH-DIS), undated29 Russian Medical Record Abstract Forms, 1989210 Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-III, P.D. Version (SCID), 1989 Series 6: General Background Subject Files, 1976-1991211 "Coercive Psychiatry and Human Rights: An Assessment of Recent Changes in the Soviet Union," Criminal Law, 1990212 Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe Hearing, 1989213 Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe Hearing Testimony, 1989214 Context and Purpose, Background Materials, 1988-1989215 House Committee on Energy and Commerce Hearing Testimony, 1989216-18 News Clippings and Articles, 1976-1992219 Participant Biographies, 1989220 Participant List, 1988-1989221 Presentation, Clinical Assessment Issues, 1989222 Press Releases and Coverage, 1988-1989223 Summary of Cooperation in Health Between the U.S. Public Health Service and the Ministry of Health of the U.S.S.R., 1989224 U.S.S.R. All-Union Society of Psychiatrists and Narcologists Statements, 1989-1990225 U.S.S.R. Supreme Soviet Committee on Mental Health Law Meeting, 1990226 World Psychiatric Association's Review Team Visit to the Soviet Union, 1990-1991 Series 7: Soviet Return Visit, 1989-1990227 Agendas and Itineraries, 1990228-31 Correspondence, 1989-1991232 Delegation Participants, 1990233 Dr. Peter Morosov Interview, "The Progressive" ('2nd Opinion' radio show recording with Soviet psychiatrist) [audiocassette; transcript], 1990234 Final Report, 1990-1992235 Final Session [2 audiocasssettes; partial transcript], 1990 Oct 05236 Health Sciences Review Article, 1990237 Montgomery County Government Presentation, 1990 Sep 24238 Notes, 1990239 Official Folder, 1990240 Press Releases, 1990241 Professor Vladimir Egorov Speech [transcript], 1990 Sep 24242 Proposal Outline, 1989243 Questions and Answers Concerning the Visit, 1990244 Reception, 1990245 Statements, 1990246 Summaries, 1990247 U.S. and U.S.S.R. Scientific Seminar (joint delegation/host training, information sharing, and working meetings) [agendas; 3 audiocassettes], 1990 Sep 24248 Visit Deferment, 1990 May Audiovisual 5 PHS US-Soviet, CR-10 (joint delegation/host training, information sharing, and working meetings) [4 audiocassettes], 1990 Sep 285 NIAID US-Soviet, CR-10 (joint delegation/host training, information sharing, and working meetings) [4 audiocassettes], 1990 Sep 265 NIMH Edited Version for CNN (B-roll for Soviet Shrinks production) [videocassette], 1990 Aug 245 Soviet Shrinks, CNN Medical [videocassette], 1990 Oct 04 Series 8: Memorial Symposium for David Lozovsky, 2005249 "Soviet/Russian Psychiatry: A 15-Year Evolution," Memorial Symposium for David Lozovsky, MD [program; DVD], 2005 May 25

    Collection Scope and Content Note

    Correspondence, reports, drafts, psychological testing instruments, subject files, and audio and video recordings which document a 1989 joint NIMH/U.S. State Department delegation visit to the Soviet Union to assess the state of Soviet psychiatry. The delegation focused on the diagnosis status, treatment, and human rights protections given to political and religious dissidents who had been involuntarily committed to psychiatric hospitals.

    Series 1: Correspondence contains letters to and from members of the delegation and largely consists of topics such as trip planning, training, coordination with Soviet contacts and the U.S. State Department, policy discussions, and responses to the visit. Correspondence relating to the final report and the Soviets' return visit is found in Series 2 (Final Reports) and Series 7 (Soviet Return Visit) respectively.

    Various iterations of the delegation's final report are found in Series 2. In addition to the published version of the report that appeared in Schizophrenia Bulletin, the series contains numerous drafts of different sections of the report. Notably, Series 2 contains the published Soviet response to the U.S. delegation's final report.

    Accounts by individual members of the delegation visit are found in Series 3. This series also contains written accounts, summaries, and video and audio recordings of the delegation's overall visit as well as their visits to ordinary psychiatric and special psychiatric hospitals. Many of the records in Series 3 contain patient health information and the series is restricted according to the History of Medicine Division's Access to Personally Identifiable Health Information policy.

    Records pertaining to the return visit by Soviet psychiatrists to the United States comprises Series 7. This series notably contains correspondence and policy decisions related to the deferment of the return visit due to controversy over human rights abuse allegations lodged against one member of the Soviet delegation (see visit deferment).

    Video recordings of a 2005 retrospective symposium about the U.S. delegation's visit, held in memory of delegation member Dr. David Lozovsky, can be found in Series 8.

    Contents List
    Box | Folder Title
     
    Series 1: Correspondence, 1987-1991 [series]:
    1 1-9
    General Correspondence, 1987-1991
     
    Series 2: Final Reports, 1989-1990 [series]:
    1 10
    Report of the U.S. Delegation, Schizophrenia Bulletin, Supplement to Vol. 14, No. 4, 1989
    1 11
    U.S. and Soviet Perspectives on the Diagnosis of Schizophrenia and Associated Dangerousness, Schizophrenia Bulletin, Vol. 15, No. 4, 1989
    1 12
    Final Report to U.S. Department of State, 1989 Jul 12
    1 13
    Final Report, Russian Translation, 1989
    1 14
    Soviet Response, 1989
    1 15
    Report and Response, Analysis of Points of Agreement and Disagreement, 1989
    1 16
    Outline, 1989
    1 17-18
    Drafts, 1989-1990
    1 19
    Inspection Draft, 1989
    1 20
    Tables Drafts, 1989
    1 21
    Correspondence, 1989-1990
    1 22
    Recommendations from US Embassy in Moscow, 1989
    1 23
    Report Publication, 1989-1990
    1 24
    Distribution List, 1989
    1 25
    Psychiatry in the USSR, Issue 1, 1990
     
    Series 3: U.S. Delegation Visit, 1989 [series]:
    3 1
    Visit Summaries, 1989 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    3 2
    Bonnie, Richard - Notes, 1989 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    3 3
    Klein, Joel - Notes, 1989 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    3 4
    Mercer, Ellen - Notes, 1989 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    3 5
    Reddaway, Peter - Notes, 1989 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    3 6
    Rigamer, Elmore - Notes, 1989 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    3 7
    Roth, Loren - Notes, 1989 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    Hospital Visits [subseries]:
    3 8
    Hospital Visit Summaries, 1989 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    3 9
    Kazan Special Hospital, 1989 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    3 10
    Vilnius Ordinary Hospital, 1989 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    3 11
    Kaunas Ordinary Hospital, 1989 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    3 12
    Chernyakhovsk Special Hospital, 1989 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    Audiovisual [subseries]:
    4
    Hospital Team tape #1 Kazan/Vilnius/Kaunas/Chernyakhovsk (women's ward, interior facilities, psychatrist meetings, outdoor recreation areas, some patient interviews) [videocassette, dvcam], 1989 March [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    4
    Hospital Team tape #3 Visotsky team (L. Stern) (misc. delegation hotel scenes, one Soviet psychiatrist's home) [videocassette, dvcam], 1989 March [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    4
    Hospital Site Visit Team tape #1 (hospital hallways, on-the-spot patient discussions outside, discussion with Soviets about a patient) [videocassette, dvcam], 1989 March [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    4
    Hospital Site Visit Team tape #2 (hospital hallways, on-the-spot patient discussions outside, discussion with Soviets about a patient) [videocassette, dvcam], 1989 March [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    4
    Day 1, Team 3 (Carpenter, et. al, J. Bloom, L. Stern [dvcam], 1989 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    5
    Discussion with Soviet Psychiatrists (joint delegation/host training, information sharing, and working meetings; recorded from Russian translator's mic.) [2 audiocassettes, 2 dvcams], 1989 Mar 05
    5
    Conference, Friday [3 dvcam], 1989 Mar 10
    5
    Conference, Saturday [2 dvcam], 1989 Mar 11
     
    Series 4: Planning and Logistics, 1988-1989 [series]:
    1 26
    Advance Team USSR Trip Report, 1988
    1 27
    Background Material for Participants, 1989
    1 28
    Handwritten Notes, 1988-1989
    1 29
    Interview Questionnaire for Alexander Podrabinek, undated
    1 30
    Planning Meeting Agendas, 1988-1989
    1 31
    Preliminary Protocol Outline, 1988
    1 32
    Procedures Drafts, 1989
    1 33
    Site Visit Plan, 1989
    1 34
    Some Notes Regarding the Meeting with Mr. Schifter, 1989 Jan 27
    1 35
    Stipulations for Delegation Visit, 1988
    1 36
    Travel to the Soviet Union Tips, 1988-1989
    1 37
    Visit Tasks, 1988-1989
     
    Audiovisual [subseries]:
    5
    Training Tape, St. E, Pre-USSR Visit (St. Elizabeth's Hospital) [dvcam], undated
    5
    Training Session, Carpenter, Stern [dvcam], 1989 Feb 02
     
    Series 5: Psychological Testing Instruments, 1987-1990 [series]:
    2 1
    Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale - Anchored, 1990
    2 2
    Consent Forms, 1989
    2 3
    Diagnostic Criteria, 1987-1989
    2 4
    DSM-III-R Criteria Checklist, 1988
    2 5
    Forensic Interview Schedule, 1989
    2 6
    Friend/Relative Interview Schedule, 1989
    2 7
    International Personality Disorder Examination (IPDE), 1989
    2 8
    NIMH Diagnostic Interview Schedule (NIMH-DIS), undated
    2 9
    Russian Medical Record Abstract Forms, 1989
    2 10
    Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-III, P.D. Version (SCID), 1989
     
    Series 6: General Background Subject Files, 1976-1991 [series]:
    2 11
    "Coercive Psychiatry and Human Rights: An Assessment of Recent Changes in the Soviet Union," Criminal Law, 1990
    2 12
    Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe Hearing, 1989
    2 13
    Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe Hearing Testimony, 1989
    2 14
    Context and Purpose, Background Materials, 1988-1989
    2 15
    House Committee on Energy and Commerce Hearing Testimony, 1989
    2 16-18
    News Clippings and Articles, 1976-1992
    2 19
    Participant Biographies, 1989
    2 20
    Participant List, 1988-1989
    2 21
    Presentation, Clinical Assessment Issues, 1989
    2 22
    Press Releases and Coverage, 1988-1989
    2 23
    Summary of Cooperation in Health Between the U.S. Public Health Service and the Ministry of Health of the U.S.S.R., 1989
    2 24
    U.S.S.R. All-Union Society of Psychiatrists and Narcologists Statements, 1989-1990
    2 25
    U.S.S.R. Supreme Soviet Committee on Mental Health Law Meeting, 1990
    2 26
    World Psychiatric Association's Review Team Visit to the Soviet Union, 1990-1991
     
    Series 7: Soviet Return Visit, 1989-1990 [series]:
    2 27
    Agendas and Itineraries, 1990
    2 28-31
    Correspondence, 1989-1991
    2 32
    Delegation Participants, 1990
    2 33
    Dr. Peter Morosov Interview, "The Progressive" ('2nd Opinion' radio show recording with Soviet psychiatrist) [audiocassette; transcript], 1990
    2 34
    Final Report, 1990-1992
    2 35
    Final Session [2 audiocasssettes; partial transcript], 1990 Oct 05
    2 36
    Health Sciences Review Article, 1990
    2 37
    Montgomery County Government Presentation, 1990 Sep 24
    2 38
    Notes, 1990
    2 39
    Official Folder, 1990
    2 40
    Press Releases, 1990
    2 41
    Professor Vladimir Egorov Speech [transcript], 1990 Sep 24
    2 42
    Proposal Outline, 1989
    2 43
    Questions and Answers Concerning the Visit, 1990
    2 44
    Reception, 1990
    2 45
    Statements, 1990
    2 46
    Summaries, 1990
    2 47
    U.S. and U.S.S.R. Scientific Seminar (joint delegation/host training, information sharing, and working meetings) [agendas; 3 audiocassettes], 1990 Sep 24
    2 48
    Visit Deferment, 1990 May
     
    Audiovisual [subseries]:
    5
    PHS US-Soviet, CR-10 (joint delegation/host training, information sharing, and working meetings) [4 audiocassettes], 1990 Sep 28
    5
    NIAID US-Soviet, CR-10 (joint delegation/host training, information sharing, and working meetings) [4 audiocassettes], 1990 Sep 26
    5
    NIMH Edited Version for CNN (B-roll for Soviet Shrinks production) [videocassette], 1990 Aug 24
    5
    Soviet Shrinks, CNN Medical [videocassette], 1990 Oct 04
     
    Series 8: Memorial Symposium for David Lozovsky, 2005 [series]:
    2 49
    "Soviet/Russian Psychiatry: A 15-Year Evolution," Memorial Symposium for David Lozovsky, MD [program; DVD], 2005 May 25