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Psychiatry in Primary Care, Fourth Edition
Casey, Patricia R. and Richard Byng
Cambridge University Press / Softcover / 2011-09-01 / 052175982X
Psychiatry / General Practice
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420 pages
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The majority of psychiatric conditions initially present in a primary care setting; the challenge for practitioners is to accurately recognise and diagnose mental illness so that appropriate treatment or referrals can be implemented. Psychiatry in Primary Care is a practical, accessible volume that supplies the key information general practitioners require to achieve this. This significantly revised and updated fourth edition includes 75% new material. Combining the expertise of a general practitioner and a practising psychiatrist, new chapters focus on the considerations of special populations and the use of psychotherapies, including cognitive therapy, problem solving and solution-focussed therapies. An audio CD-ROM gives examples of these therapies in operation to aid the practical application of the theory presented. Evidence based, user friendly and clinical, this is essential reading for general practitioners and primary care mental health workers, as well as trainees in general practice and psychiatry.

Contents:

Preface
Foreword Chris Dowrick
1. Scope and extent of mental health problems in primary care
2. The central position of primary care in the detection and treatment of psychiatric disorder
3. The consultation in primary care
4. How psychiatric disorders are described and classified
5. Adjustment to stress
6. Anxiety disorders
7. Mood disorders
8. Psychosis
9. Personality disorder
10. Substance misuse
11. Suicidal and self harming behaviour
12. Problems of the mind and body
13. Child mental health care Aaron K. Vallance and M. Elena Girralda
14. Adolescent mental health care R. Shivram and Panos Vostanis
15. Mental health care for older adults James Warner and Daniel Hacking
16. Psychological therapies Graeme Webster, Neill Richardson, Breda McLeavey, Mary Kerrisk, Nigel Smith and Patricia Casey
17. Systemic family therapy Nigel Smith
18. Sexual disorders Gerard Butcher
19. Care for people with enduring and complex common mental health problems
20. Primary health care team and mental health care
21. Mental health services and how they relate to primary care
22. Providing primary care for people from diverse backgrounds Chukumeka Maxwell and Maja Lelandais
23. Capacity, compulsory admission and treatment Cornelis de Wet and James De Pury
Appendix. Alternative and complementary therapies
Index
AUDIOTAPES: 1. Problem solving Breda McLeavey and Mary Kerrisk
2. Solution focussed therapy Nigel Smith
3. Cognitive therapy Graeme Webster and Neill Richardson.

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