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Psychiatrist

Beaujon hospital


Alcohol Specialist

Beaujon hospital


Head of Addiction Studies

Beaujon hospital


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www.cbsnews.com

"In France, we've always had a hard time saying we are sick because of alcohol," said Philippe Batel, a psychiatrist specializing in treating alcoholism.
Philippe Batel Psychiatrist specializing in alcoholism treatment. The larger problem is the image French have of alcohol, said Batel, the psychiatrist at Beaujon Hospital in Clichy, north of Paris: "Lots of French have a hard time seeing it as a product that is potentially a drug or can be something other than conviviality, good wine French-style or gastronomy."


www.aa-uk.org.uk [cached]

"In France, we've always had a hard time saying we are sick because of alcohol," said Philippe Batel, a psychiatrist specializing in treating alcoholism.
The larger problem is the image French have of alcohol, said Batel, the psychiatrist at Beaujon Hospital in Clichy, north of Paris: "Lots of French have a hard time seeing it as a product that is potentially a drug or can be something other than conviviality, good wine French-style or gastronomy."


www.sundayherald.com

Obviously we are still far behind Great Britain, but it is spreading fast and among all sectors of society," said Dr Philippe Batel, an alcohol specialist at Beaujon hospital in Paris.


www.irishmedicalnews.ie [cached]

Panel members include Dr Joe Barry, senior lecturer in public health at Trinity College and specialist in public health medicine in the Health Services Executive; wine expert Mr Martin Moran; Prof Nick Heather, emeritus professor of alcohol and other drug studies, Northumbria University: Dr Philippe Batel, head of addiction studies at Beaujon Hospital, Clichy, Paris; and Dr Evelyn Mahon, senior lecturer and director of MSc in applied social research at the Department of Sociology, Trinity College Dublin.


www.aa-uk.org.uk [cached]

"National stereotypes strongly affect how alcoholism is viewed," said Dr Philippe Batel, a practising psychiatrist in Paris and an author.


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