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Max Meier Glatt

Max Meier Glatt, German consultant psychiatrist. award, 1984. member expert advisory panel on drug dependence World Health Organization, Geneva, 1965-1977; member Society for Study of Addiction (council since 1955, editor journal.

Background

  • Glatt, Max Meier was born on January 26, 1912 in Berlin, Germany. Son of Chaim and Cilly (Joachimsmann) Glatt.

  • Education

    • 1 son, Julian Charles. Doctor of Medicine University Leipzig, 1937. Doctor of Science, Open University-England, 1977.

      Diploma in Psychological Medicine, University London, 1950. Medizinalpraktikant, Hospital of Jewish Congregation, Berlin, Germany, 1937-1938. Resident medical officer Cane Hill Emergency Medical Service Hospital, Coulsdon, Surrey, England, 1942-1944.

      Assistant medical officer St. Lawrence's Hospital, Caterham, Surrey, England, 1944-1951. Registrar Warlingham Park Hospital, Surrey, England, 1951-1952, senior hospital medical officer, 1952-1958. Consultant psychiatrist St. Bernard's Hospital, London, 1958-1977.

      Honorary consultant physician department psychological medicine, honorary senior lecturer University College Hospital, London, since 1967. Medical director Galsworthy House, Kingston, Surrey, England, 1977-1980. Medical director Jellinek Unit, Charter Clinic, Chelsea, London, 1981-1988.

      Medical director addictive diseases unit Hampstead, London, 1982-1988. Founder National Health Service alcoholic unit Warlingham Park Hospital, England, 1952, alcoholic and addiction unit, St. Bernard's Hospital, 1958, first alcohol and addiction unit in prison, Wormwood Scrubs, 1974, alcohol halfway house, London, 1965, drug addiction halfway house, Suffolk House, Middlesex, 1968, private alcoholic units: Galsworthy House, Kingston, England, 1977, Jellinek Unit, Charter Clinic, Chelsea, 1981, Charter Clinic, Addictive Diseases Unit, Hampstead, England, 1982, Charter Clinic, Nightingale Hospital, since 1985, Dependency Unit, Huntercombe Manor, Bucks, England. President National Council on Alcoholism United Kingdom, 1983-1984.

      Vice chairman Medical Council on Alcoholism United Kingdom, since 1967. Member expert advisory panel on drug dependence World Health Organization, Geneva, 1965-1977. Consultant expert committee prevention and treatment of dependence on alcohol and other drugs World Health Organization, 1966, 67.

    Career

    • Doctor of Medicine University Leipzig, 1937. Guide to Addiction, 1974. Editor books; contributor numerous articles to British and international medical and related journals.

      Editor journals.

    Works

    • Author: Alcoholism, various editions, latest 1982. Guide to Addiction, 1974. Co-author: Drug Scene in Great Britain, 1966.

      The Dependence Phenomenon, 1983. The Annexe at Wormwood Scrubs, 1986. Editor books
    • contributor numerous articles to British and international medical and related journals.

      Editor journals. and proceedings. Speaker British and international professional conferences Recipient annual prize Deutsche Hauptstelle gegen die Suchtgefahran Germany, 1980. American Medical Society on Alcoholism award, 1984.

      First fellow Faculty of History and Philosophy of Medicine and Pharmacy Society Apothecaries London. Fellow Royal College Physicians London, Royal College Psychiatrists England, (honorary), American Group Psychotherapy Association. Member Society for Study of Addiction (council since 1955, editor journal.

      1962-1978), International Council on Alcoholism and Addictions (science board 1962), British Academy Forensic Science, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sucht forschung und Suchttherapie.

    Religion

    Denomination: Judaism

    Membership

    Member expert advisory panel on drug dependence World Health Organization, Geneva, 1965-1977. Member Society for Study of Addiction (council since 1955, editor journal.

    Connections

    • Married Gisella Irom, September 4, 1960.
    • father: Chaim Glatt
    • mother: Cilly (Joachimsmann) Glatt
    • spouse: Gisella Irom
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    Born January 26, 1912
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