Primary Care Psychiatry / Edition 1by David J. Knesper, Thomas L. Schwenk, Michelle B. Riba, Michelle B. Riba
Pub. Date: 01/28/1997
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
This unique, ground-breaking new reference makes clinical psychiatry easily accessible to primary care physicians and related professionals who treat patients with mental problems. Co-authored by primary care physicians and psychiatrists, the book presents clinical wisdom, insights, and "trade secrets" not usually shared with primary care physicians. Readers will… See more details below
This unique, ground-breaking new reference makes clinical psychiatry easily accessible to primary care physicians and related professionals who treat patients with mental problems. Co-authored by primary care physicians and psychiatrists, the book presents clinical wisdom, insights, and "trade secrets" not usually shared with primary care physicians. Readers will find comprehensive, realistic coverage of conditions actually seen by family physicians, regardless of how these problems are addressed in training or reimbursed by insurance plans. Primary Care Psychiatry also assists readers in making referrals in situations where patients are resistant, or when referral resources are unavailable.
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Table of Contents
Part I: Principles of Practice, Diagnosis and Treatment. A "Roadmap" for Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental Health Problems in the Primary Care Setting. Essential Psychopharmacology Skills and Tools. Common Psychiatric Emergencies in the Office Setting. "Difficult" Patients. Counseling for Behavioural Change. Making Referrals for Psychiatric Care: Clinical Advice and Managed Care Implications. Part II: Specific Neuropsychiatric Disorders. Minor Depression. Major Mood Disorders. Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care. Psychosis and Schizophrenia. Common Emotional and Behavioural Problems of Children and Adolescents. Common Neurological Disorders: Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease Dementia, HIV/AIDS, Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, And Epilepsy. Insomnia and Sleep Disorders. Part III: Neurobehavioural Medicine. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia. Major Pain Syndromes and Chronic Pain. Nicotine and Smoking. Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Problems. Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating. Obesity. Sexuality Issues and Common Sexual Dysfunctions: Evaluation and Management in the Primary Care Setting. Domestic Violence and Abuse. Part IV: The Information Highway. The World Wide Web as a Psychiatric Information Source for the Primary Care Physician. Part V: Appendices. Appendix I: Medication Fact Sheets: Patient Handouts Describing the Major Side Effects of Psychotropic Drugs. Appendix II: Guide to Self-Help Books About Primary Care Psychiatry Problems. Appendix III: Resource Service Catalogues Listing Numerous Handouts for Primary Care Patients. Appendix IV: Guide to Organizations Dedicated to Specific Primary Care Psychiatry Problems. Appendix V: Referral Information from Mental Health Professional Associations.
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