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The release of the report of the in 1962 was long considered a transformative moment in the history of Québec psychiatry. But recent historiography suggests that deinstitutionalization in Québec features initiatives dating back to the early 20 century. Following this line of argumentation, we suggest that the Bédard report was primarily a political tool to obtain funding in the wake of the 1961 Hospital Insurance Act, and that the report's recommendations built upon ongoing changes. This article proposes a new reading of the commission's report on Beauport's , and offers a new perspective on deinstitutionalization in Québec. Data gathered from medical records help illustrate the organizational changes that occurred between 1962 and 1972 through new public funding.
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Name: Canadian bulletin of medical history = Bulletin canadien d'histoire de la medecine
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