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Memorable Psychiatry


Memorable Psychiatry
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Author : Jonathan Heldt
language : en
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date : 2018-07



Memorable Psychiatry written by Jonathan Heldt and has been published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2018-07 with categories.


The best and most effective way to learn about psychiatry! From the author of Memorable Psychopharmacology, Memorable Psychiatry breaks down the complex but fascinating world of mental health using simple explanations, frequent mnemonics, visual aids, and a focus on mechanisms over memorization to catch you up to speed and put you ahead of the curve on the art and science of psychiatric diagnosis.

Memorable Psychopharmacology


Memorable Psychopharmacology
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Author : Jonathan P. Heldt, M.d.
language : en
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date : 2017-01-02



Memorable Psychopharmacology written by Jonathan P. Heldt, M.d. and has been published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2017-01-02 with categories.


Nine out of ten people use psychoactive substances on a regular basis, making it essential for all healthcare providers to be knowledgeable about both prescription and recreational drugs. Memorable Psychopharmacology uses a conversational tone, catchy mnemonics, visual aids, and practice questions to ensure that you not only learn the material but retain it far into the future. For anyone preparing to meet the mental health needs of their patients (including medical students, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, psychologists, physician assistances, social workers, and more), Memorable Psychopharmacology is an indispensable review.

Memorable Neurology


Memorable Neurology
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Author : Jonathan P Heldt M D
language : en
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Release Date : 2019-06-07



Memorable Neurology written by Jonathan P Heldt M D and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2019-06-07 with categories.


The best and most effective way to learn neurology! From the author of Memorable Psychiatry and Memorable Psychopharmacology, Memorable Neurology will help you rapidly understand and memorize the dense and often technical field of clinical neurology using simple explanations, mnemonics, visual aids, and practice questions. Written primarily for practitioners who won't be specializing in neurology, including physicians in other fields of medicine, medical students, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants.

Theory And Practice Of Psychiatry


Theory And Practice Of Psychiatry
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Author : Bruce J. Cohen
language : en
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Release Date : 2003-02-06



Theory And Practice Of Psychiatry written by Bruce J. Cohen and has been published by Oxford University Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2003-02-06 with Psychology categories.


Based on years of teaching psychiatry to medical students and residents, this single-authored textbook offers a conversational yet detailed guide to modern psychiatric theory and practice. Exploring various approaches to psychiatric disorders - including neurobiology, dimensional personality assessment, behavioral science, and psychodynamic and cognitive theories - it lucidly illustrates each approach's strengths and weaknesses and suggests how clinicians can interweave them in working with patients. Using clinical vignettes and recent research findings to illustrate the connections between phenomenology, pathophysiology, and treatment, it covers all of the major psychiatric disorders and includes tables listing their DSM-IV-TR diagnostic criteria. The book offers balanced coverage of subjects that receive scant attention in other introductory textbooks, including the limitations of the DSM-IV categorical approach to psychiatric diagnosis, controversies surrounding the dissociative disorders and "recovered memories," and the prescription of stimulant medications to children with suspected attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Later chapters provide practical guidelines for estimating a patient's risk of suicide and violence and for assessing competence to consent to medical or psychiatric treatment. In eschewing a dry recitation of clinical syndromes for an engaging discussion aimed at teaching the reader how to "think psychiatrically," the book will appeal to medical students, psychiatric residents, mental health clinicians, and primary care physicians.

Geriatric Psychiatry Basics


Geriatric Psychiatry Basics
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Author : Kenneth Sakauye
language : en
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Release Date : 2008-04-17



Geriatric Psychiatry Basics written by Kenneth Sakauye and has been published by W. W. Norton & Company this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2008-04-17 with Psychology categories.


Doctors who know something about working with the elderly are in greater demand than ever before. This is also true in psychiatry, where the number of geriatric psychiatry specialists falls far short of the need. Because of this unbalance, general psychiatrists—many of whom have little or no training or experience in dealing with older adults and their specific issues—are now being called upon to offer care to this population. In this book, Sakauye covers issues fundamental to the field of geriatric psychiatry that are not addressed well in general adult training: Late-life development Biology of aging Common medical illnesses associated with aging Neurobiology of degenerative disorders Geriatric psychopharmacology Psychotherapeutic modifications for special populations, such as patients with cognitive impairment Multidisciplinary care and family involvement Specific studies of older adults as a special population (differences) While specialists will find it a useful resource for brushing up on fundamentals, Geriatric Psychiatry Basics is the ideal handbook for non-specialists who need a quick reference or primer on the issues central to geriatric care. In it, Sakauye, a geriatric psychiatrist who worked closely with the elderly victims of Hurricane Katrina, explores the most commonly encountered issues and problems—from memory impairment, Alzheimer’s, delirium, dementia, and cognitive disorders, to depression, psychosis, anxiety, substance abuse, somatoform, and sleep disorders. Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment options, including pharmacotherapy, are addressed for each presenting problem, and “clinical pearls”—nuggets of critical information, common pitfalls, differentiation protocols between normal and abnormal behavior, etc.—are clearly addressed. The use of psychotherapeutic interventions for older adults as well as psychiatric care in nursing homes and other inpatient facilities is also explained, making this an immensely practical and user-friendly handbook for all mental health professionals on how to deliver proper geriatric mental health services.

Pediatric Psychopharmacology


Pediatric Psychopharmacology
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Author : Andres Martin
language : en
Publisher: OUP USA
Release Date : 2010-12-14



Pediatric Psychopharmacology written by Andres Martin and has been published by OUP USA this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2010-12-14 with Medical categories.


When the first edition of Pediatric Psychopharmacology published in 2002, it filled a void in child and adolescent psychiatry and quickly establishing itself as the definitive text-reference in pediatric psychopharmacology. While numerous short, clinically focused paperbacks have been published since then, no competitors with the scholarly breadth, depth, and luster of this volume have emerged. In the second edition, Christopher Kratochvil, MD, a highly respected expert in pediatric psychopharmacology, joins the outstanding editorial team led by Dr. Martin and Dr. Scahill. In the new edition, the editors streamline the flow of information to reflect the growth in scientific data since the first edition appeared. The overall structure of the book remains the same, with major sections on underlying biology; somatic interventions; assessment and treatment; and special considerations.

Unhinged


Unhinged
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Author : Daniel Carlat
language : en
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2010-05-18



Unhinged written by Daniel Carlat and has been published by Simon and Schuster this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2010-05-18 with Psychology categories.


IN THIS STIRRING AND BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN WAKE-UP CALL, psychiatrist Daniel Carlat exposes deeply disturbing problems plaguing his profession, revealing the ways it has abandoned its essential purpose: to understand the mind, so that psychiatrists can heal mental illness and not just treat symptoms. As he did in his hard-hitting and widely read New York Times Magazine article "Dr. Drug Rep," and as he continues to do in his popular watchdog newsletter, The Carlat Psychiatry Report, he writes with bracing honesty about how psychiatry has so largely forsaken the practice of talk therapy for the seductive—and more lucrative—practice of simply prescribing drugs, with a host of deeply troubling consequences. Psychiatrists have settled for treating symptoms rather than causes, embracing the apparent medical rigor of DSM diagnoses and prescription in place of learning the more challenging craft of therapeutic counseling, gaining only limited understanding of their patients’ lives. Talk therapy takes time, whereas the fifteen-minute "med check" allows for more patients and more insurance company reimbursement. Yet DSM diagnoses, he shows, are premised on a good deal less science than we would think. Writing from an insider’s perspective, with refreshing forthrightness about his own daily struggles as a practitioner, Dr. Carlat shares a wealth of stories from his own practice and those of others that demonstrate the glaring shortcomings of the standard fifteen-minute patient visit. He also reveals the dangers of rampant diagnoses of bipolar disorder, ADHD, and other "popular" psychiatric disorders, and exposes the risks of the cocktails of medications so many patients are put on. Especially disturbing are the terrible consequences of overprescription of drugs to children of ever younger ages. Taking us on a tour of the world of pharmaceutical marketing, he also reveals the inner workings of collusion between psychiatrists and drug companies. Concluding with a road map for exactly how the profession should be reformed, Unhinged is vital reading for all those in treatment or considering it, as well as a stirring call to action for the large community of psychiatrists themselves. As physicians and drug companies continue to work together in disquieting and harmful ways, and as diagnoses—and misdiagnoses—of mental disorders skyrocket, it’s essential that Dr. Carlat’s bold call for reform is heeded.