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Practical Problems in Clinical Psychiatry By Edited by Keith Hawton

Practical Problems in Clinical Psychiatry
by Edited by Keith Hawton

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Considers important clinical problems that face clinicians working with psychiatric patients. Guidance on treatment issues in relation to these problems is provided on the basis of scientific and clinical evidence. The range of coverage is broad, and emphasis is placed upon management strategies.
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Practical Problems in Clinical Psychiatry: Some Clinical Guidelines by Edited by Keith Hawton

Many issues and dilemmas that affect the treatment of psychiatric patients concern questions about management, others the assessment of patients, and yet others the ethical aspects of psychiatric practice. In this book, a companion volume to "Dilemmas and Difficulties in the Management of Psychiatric patients", contributors cover a broad range of subjects including psychopharmacological and psychological treatment issues, and problems that arise in general psychiatry, consultant-liaison psychiatry, and general practice. There is particular emphasis on management strategies, including up-to-date reviews of relevant clinical and scientific literature. This book should be of value to clinical psychiatrists, both experienced practitioners and trainees, clinical psychologists, psychiatric nurses, social workers, and general practitioners. In particular, it should be useful as a course text for higher examinations in psychiatry.

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Table of Contents


Emotional problems in general practice - are psychological treatments better than drugs?, Denis Gath and Laurence M. Mynors-Wallis; psychiatrists working in general practice - which approaches are best?, Nicholas Rose; new antidepressants - have they superseded tricyclics?, Philip J. Cowen; manic-depressive illness - what role does psychotherapy have in management?, Kay Redfield Jamison; management of mood disorder in adults with brain damage - can we improve what psychiatry has to offer?, Allan House; serotonin re-uptake inhibitors in obssessive compulsive disorder - what is their therapeutic role?, John Cobb; anorexia nervosa - what treatments are most effective?, Christopher P. Freeman and J. Richard Newton; sex therapy - for whome is it likely to be effective?, Keith Hawton; patients with chronic somatization - what can the psychiatrist offer?, Christopher Bass; factitious disorders - what can the psychiatrist do? Michiel W. Hengeveld; personality disorders - do psychological treatments help?, Patricia R. Casey; opiate misusers - are treatments effective?, Philip Robson; relapse in schizophrenia - what are the major issues?, Eve C. Johnstone; affective symptoms and schizophrenia - what are the implications for diagnosis and treatment?, John Cutting; mentally ill mothers and their babies - what are the benefits and risks of joint hospital admission?, R. Channi Kumar; maximum security hospitals - can we do without them?, Pamela J. Taylor; survivors of disasters - how can they best be helped?, Peter E. Hodgkinson; the life chart - historical curiosity or modern clinical tool?, Michael Sharpe; research questionnaires in routine clinical practice - are they useful?, Chris Thompson; doctors with emotional problems - how can they be helped?, Johnathan Chick.

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GOR003897924
Practical Problems in Clinical Psychiatry: Some Clinical Guidelines by Edited by Keith Hawton
Edited by Keith Hawton
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Oxford University Press
1992-12-31
268
0192623346
9780192623348
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