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HIV and Psychiatry

HIV and Psychiatry
Training and Resource Manual

2nd Edition

$142.00 (G)

Kenneth Citron, Marie-Josée Brouillette, Alexandra Beckett, Lori A. Panther, Howard Libman, Julie D. Maggi, Sean B. Rourke, Mark Halman, Sanjay M. Sharma, J. Stephen McDaniel, Nancy L. Sheehan, Andrea Stolar, Glenn Catalano, Sheryl M. Hakala, Robert P. Bright, Francisco Fernandez, Jose Catalan, Andrew C. Blalock, Thomas N. Kerrihard, William Breitbart, Karen McKinnon, Francine Cournos, Richard Herman, Stephanie Le Melle, Peter DeRoche, Fabrizio Starace, Annunziata Ciafrone, Giuseppe Nardini, Kevin J. Lourie, Maryland Pao, Larry K. Brown, Heather Hunter, Cynthia J. Telingator, Peter E. Kassel, Stephen Knowlton, Lorraine Sherr, Barbara Hedge, Cecile Rousseau, Kenneth Ashley, Frank Hector Galvan, Terry Tafoya, Cassandra F. Newkirk, Kimberly R. Jacob Arriola, Ronald L. Braithwaite, David J. Roy, Thomas N. Kerrihard
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  • Date Published: July 2005
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521009188

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  • This new edition of HIV and Psychiatry is fully revised and brings together a strong, international team of experts to create the most up-to-date handbook for mental health professionals dealing with HIV-infected and HIV-affected people. HIV care has become more complex, involving increasingly successful treatments with combinations of antiretrovirals from different classes. Patients now live longer, making the need for effective psychiatric care greater than ever to ensure good adherence to drug treatments and the best possible quality of life. Using case studies throughout, this training manual addresses all of the issues involved in caring for HIV and AIDS patients in order to help clinicians provide the best, state-of-the-art care for these individuals.

    • Completely revised edition with an international authorship
    • Accessible, practical teaching resource for mental health professionals dealing with HIV-infected people
    • Case-based and completely up to date
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    Reviews & endorsements

    "...this edition brings together a remarkable world perspective and the authors provide information that is current and relevant worldwide." - Pamela Vergara-Rodriguez, Rush University Medical Center

    "HIV and Psychiatry: A Training and Resource Manual is a useful and informative manual that provides an excellent guide to the challenges that HIV presents to psychiatrists, psychotherapists and mental health services in general." - Quarterly Journal of Mental Health, Brendan D. Kelly, MD

    "This will not only be a reference book for the psychiatrist who is already involved in treating persons with HIV, but will also be invaluable for the person who is considering becoming involved for the first time in adding psychiatric experience and expertise to this growing worldwide disease."
    Michael H. Ebert, M.D., Editor, Journal of Clinical Psychiatry

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    Product details

    • Edition: 2nd Edition
    • Date Published: July 2005
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521009188
    • length: 360 pages
    • dimensions: 248 x 173 x 26 mm
    • weight: 0.715kg
    • contains: 3 b/w illus. 35 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction Kenneth Citron, Marie-Josée Brouillette and Alexandra Beckett
    1. Medical overview Lori A. Panther and Howard Libman
    2. Cognitive disorders in people living with HIV disease Julie D Maggi, Sean B Rourke and Mark Halman
    3. General principles of pharmacotherapy for the patient with HIV infection Sanjay M. Sharma, J. Stephen McDaniel and Nancy L. Sheehan
    4. Mood disorders and psychosis in HIV Andrea Stolar, Glenn Catalano, Sheryl M. Hakala, Robert P. Bright and Francisco Fernandez
    5. Suicidal behaviour and HIV infection Jose Catalan
    6. Anxiety disorders and HIV disease Andrew C. Blalock, Sanjay M. Sharma and J. Stephen McDaniel
    7. General issues in hospital HIV psychiatry Thomas N. Kerrihard and William Breitbart
    8. HIV and people with serious and persistent mental illness Karen McKinnon, Francine Cournos, Richard Herman and Stephanie Le Melle
    9. Psychotherapy Peter DeRoche and Kenneth Citron
    10. HIV and substance use disorders Fabrizio Starace, Annunziata Ciafrone and Giuseppe Nardini
    11. Psychiatric issues in pediatric HIV/AIDS Kevin J. Lourie, Maryland Pao, Larry K. Brown and Heather Hunter
    12. Uninfected children of parents with HIV Cynthia J. Telingator
    13. Psychological issues faced by gay men Peter E. Kassel and Stephen Knowlton
    14. Women and HIV Lorraine Sherr
    15. Couples Barbara Hedge
    16-A HIV and cultural diversity Cecile Rousseau
    16-B African Americans Kenneth Ashley
    16-C Latinos and HIV disease Frank Hector Galvan
    16-D One heart, two spirit, and beyond: HIV and the people of the first nations Terry Tafoya
    17. HIV in prison populations Cassandra F. Newkirk, Kimberly R. Jacob Arriola and Ronald L. Braithwaite
    18. Legal and ethical issues Marie-Josée Brouillette and David J. Roy
    19. Psychiatrist as caregiver Thomas N. Kerrihard
    Index.

  • Editors

    Kenneth Citron
    DOB 1961

    Marie Josée Brouillette, McGill University, Montréal
    DOB 1958

    Alexandra Beckett, Harvard University, Massachusetts
    DOB 1954

    Contributors

    Kenneth Citron, Marie-Josée Brouillette, Alexandra Beckett, Lori A. Panther, Howard Libman, Julie D. Maggi, Sean B. Rourke, Mark Halman, Sanjay M. Sharma, J. Stephen McDaniel, Nancy L. Sheehan, Andrea Stolar, Glenn Catalano, Sheryl M. Hakala, Robert P. Bright, Francisco Fernandez, Jose Catalan, Andrew C. Blalock, Thomas N. Kerrihard, William Breitbart, Karen McKinnon, Francine Cournos, Richard Herman, Stephanie Le Melle, Peter DeRoche, Fabrizio Starace, Annunziata Ciafrone, Giuseppe Nardini, Kevin J. Lourie, Maryland Pao, Larry K. Brown, Heather Hunter, Cynthia J. Telingator, Peter E. Kassel, Stephen Knowlton, Lorraine Sherr, Barbara Hedge, Cecile Rousseau, Kenneth Ashley, Frank Hector Galvan, Terry Tafoya, Cassandra F. Newkirk, Kimberly R. Jacob Arriola, Ronald L. Braithwaite, David J. Roy, Thomas N. Kerrihard

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