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Profile: Morgan David Enoch.

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These range from a BBC article, ‘Spotting the Royal stalkers’, a BMJ case report on ‘Exorcism for schizophrenia’ and Ian McEwan’s Enduring Love, to Mersey Regional Health Authority’s implementation of care in the community and books, including I Want a Christian Psychiatrist and Uncommon Psychiatric Syndromes: now out of print, the paperback fourth edition is currently available from online sellers, second-hand, for over £1000... Qualifying in 1954, following house jobs Dr Enoch returned to Wales to work at St David’s Mental Hospital, Camarthen, as his father, ‘a hewer of coal in 2 feet 9 inches’ was dying of silicosis... Of his first years in psychiatry, he recalls the routine use of the hypnotic paraldehyde at night, prescribing ‘quite effective’ Drinamyl (amobarbital and dextroamphetamine, later known as ‘purple hearts’), deep insulin coma therapy and, for the first time, an antipsychotic: chlorpromazine... Although he never met Ian McEwan, who referenced the text in Enduring Love, Dr Enoch ‘approved’ of the novel, unlike the film Fatal Attraction (1987, director A... Lyne), which did not depict true De Clérambault’s syndrome, because ‘the protagonists had an initial affair: usually there is no contact’... In the most recent, I Want a Christian Psychiatrist, he returns to his theological roots. ‘You don’t necessarily need a Christian psychiatrist: you need a competent psychiatrist who must respect your faith’... Dr Enoch recalls obtaining his first consultant post at Shelton Hospital, Shrewsbury, after debating Ganser syndrome with Professor Sir William Trethowan, foundation chair of psychiatry at the University of Birmingham, at interview... It was at Shelton Hospital that Dr Enoch introduced regular teaching, therapeutic communities and care in the community... He worked with Barbara Robb on a national campaign for elderly care in hospitals, contributing a chapter to her book, Sans Everything: A Case to Answer... He remembers ‘feeling encouraged’ at the time by the Sunday Times’ article series on care in the community by Marjorie Wallace, who later founded the mental health charity SANE, with telling photographs by Lord Snowden... Dr Enoch was later head-hunted to take on the new post of consultant psychiatrist and senior clinical lecturer at the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital’s ‘superb’ department of psychiatry, later including beds at Rainhill Mental Hospital... I have enjoyed psychiatry’s riches in helping people in great depth. ’ When we last met, Dr Enoch was looking forward to meeting recipients of the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Pathfinder Fellowships, considering the next generation with excitement – and a little envy: ‘this is going to be the century of the brain’... His last piece of advice? ‘Gather your materials from everywhere, but be your own architect. ’

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Profile: Morgan David Enoch.

Keynejad R - BJPsych Bull (2015)

Meeting the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Pathfinder Fellows, January 2014.
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These range from a BBC article, ‘Spotting the Royal stalkers’, a BMJ case report on ‘Exorcism for schizophrenia’ and Ian McEwan’s Enduring Love, to Mersey Regional Health Authority’s implementation of care in the community and books, including I Want a Christian Psychiatrist and Uncommon Psychiatric Syndromes: now out of print, the paperback fourth edition is currently available from online sellers, second-hand, for over £1000... Qualifying in 1954, following house jobs Dr Enoch returned to Wales to work at St David’s Mental Hospital, Camarthen, as his father, ‘a hewer of coal in 2 feet 9 inches’ was dying of silicosis... Of his first years in psychiatry, he recalls the routine use of the hypnotic paraldehyde at night, prescribing ‘quite effective’ Drinamyl (amobarbital and dextroamphetamine, later known as ‘purple hearts’), deep insulin coma therapy and, for the first time, an antipsychotic: chlorpromazine... Although he never met Ian McEwan, who referenced the text in Enduring Love, Dr Enoch ‘approved’ of the novel, unlike the film Fatal Attraction (1987, director A... Lyne), which did not depict true De Clérambault’s syndrome, because ‘the protagonists had an initial affair: usually there is no contact’... In the most recent, I Want a Christian Psychiatrist, he returns to his theological roots. ‘You don’t necessarily need a Christian psychiatrist: you need a competent psychiatrist who must respect your faith’... Dr Enoch recalls obtaining his first consultant post at Shelton Hospital, Shrewsbury, after debating Ganser syndrome with Professor Sir William Trethowan, foundation chair of psychiatry at the University of Birmingham, at interview... It was at Shelton Hospital that Dr Enoch introduced regular teaching, therapeutic communities and care in the community... He worked with Barbara Robb on a national campaign for elderly care in hospitals, contributing a chapter to her book, Sans Everything: A Case to Answer... He remembers ‘feeling encouraged’ at the time by the Sunday Times’ article series on care in the community by Marjorie Wallace, who later founded the mental health charity SANE, with telling photographs by Lord Snowden... Dr Enoch was later head-hunted to take on the new post of consultant psychiatrist and senior clinical lecturer at the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital’s ‘superb’ department of psychiatry, later including beds at Rainhill Mental Hospital... I have enjoyed psychiatry’s riches in helping people in great depth. ’ When we last met, Dr Enoch was looking forward to meeting recipients of the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Pathfinder Fellowships, considering the next generation with excitement – and a little envy: ‘this is going to be the century of the brain’... His last piece of advice? ‘Gather your materials from everywhere, but be your own architect. ’

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