New York City’s Bellevue Hospital has a renowned psychiatric emergency center that treats 7,000 men and women annually. The gritty documentary, Bellevue: Inside Out, takes a daunting look at the daily operation of the center by focusing on a handful of patients, doctors, and nurses as they navigate the world of mental illness. In this interview, Sharon Golan, Director of Content Licensing at Infobase, speaks with the producers of the film, Maryann DeLeo and Sarah Teale. This remarkable documentary helped shape important policy changes in the treatment of mental health patients.
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