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Seminars in Liaison Psychiatry

2nd Edition

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Allan House, Hiroko Akagi, Damien Longson, Gopinath Ranjith, Eleanor Feldman, Elspeth Guthrie, Ayanangshu Nayak, Tom Carnworth, Helen Linnington, Allan Johnston, Paul Gill, Navneet Kapur, Renuka Lazarus, Geoffrey G. Lloyd, David Protheroe, Alan Carson, Adam Zeman, Jon Stone, Andrew Hodgkiss, Surya Mascarenhas, Annabel Price, Michael Hotopf, Paul Reading, John F. Morgan, Jonathan I. Bisson, Ian Collings, David Anderson, Sabu Ooman, Hilary Lloyd, Carolyn Chew-Graham, Max Henderson, Sam Harvey, Melissa Corr, Peter Trigwell, Eugene Cassidy, Tayyeb A. Tahir, Emma Morgan, Siobhan MacHale, Tom Brown, Peter Aitken, Sarah Burlinson, Stella Morris, Janet Butler, Melanie Temple, Deepak Garg, Rajdeep Sandhu
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  • Date Published: March 2012
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781908020345

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  • Seminars in Liaison Psychiatry provides an up-to-date review of this important psychiatric specialty. Packed with practical advice for clinicians carrying out psychiatric assessment and treatment in the general hospital setting, the second edition has been expanded to cover a wide range of common clinical areas at the interface between physical and psychological health. There are new chapters on alcohol and substance misuse in the general hospital, HIV and liaison psychiatry, palliative care, disaster management and psychosexual problems. For liaison psychiatrists involved in developing new services, there are chapters on service development and management, while trainees about to sit the MRCPsych examinations can test themselves using the multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and extended matching items (EMIs) provided. Expert practical advice. Synthesis of current evidence and best practice. Comprehensive coverage of this expanding field. Self-test chapter for trainees.

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    • Edition: 2nd Edition
    • Date Published: March 2012
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781908020345
    • length: 528 pages
    • dimensions: 234 x 155 x 30 mm
    • weight: 0.9kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. Basic skills and competencies in liaison psychiatry Allan House and Hiroko Akagi
    2. The liaison psychiatry curriculum Damien Longson
    3. Classification and diagnosis Gopinath Ranjith
    4. Capacity and consent Eleanor Feldman
    5. Psychological reaction to physical illness Elspeth Guthrie and Ayanangshu Nayak
    6. Medically unexplained symptoms Elspeth Guthrie and Ayanangshu Nayak
    7. Alcohol and substance use in the general hospital Tom Carnworth
    8. Accident and emergency psychiatry and self-harm Helen Linnington, Allan Johnston, Paul Gill and Navneet Kapur
    9. Perinatal psychiatry Renuka Lazarus
    10. General medicine and its specialties Geoffrey G. Lloyd
    11. Liaison psychiatry and surgery David Protheroe
    12. Neuropsychiatry for liaison psychiatrists Alan Carson, Adam Zeman and Jon Stone
    13. Psycho-oncology Andrew Hodgkiss and Surya Mascarenhas
    14. Palliative care psychiatry Annabel Price and Michael Hotopf
    15. Sleep disorders Paul Reading
    16. Weight- and eating-related issues in liaison psychiatry John F. Morgan
    17. Disaster management Jonathan I. Bisson and Ian Collings
    18. Liaison psychiatry and older people David Anderson and Sabu Ooman
    19. Paediatric liaison psychiatry Hilary Lloyd
    20. Primary care and management of long-term conditions Carolyn Chew-Graham
    21. Occupational medicine Max Henderson and Sam Harvey
    22. HIV and liaison psychiatry Melissa Corr
    23. Sexual dysfunction Peter Trigwell
    24. Psychopharmacology in the medically ill Eugene Cassidy, Tayyeb A. Tahir and Emma Morgan
    25. Psychological treatments in liaison psychiatry Siobhan MacHale and Tom Brown
    26. Research, audit and rating scales Peter Aitken
    27. Service models Sarah Burlinson and Stella Morris
    28. Developing liaison psychiatry services Janet Butler and Melanie Temple
    29. Multiple choice questions Deepak Garg and Rajdeep Sandhu
    Appendix 1. Specific competencies
    Appendix 2. Learning objectives with assessment guidance
    Appendix 3. DSM-IV criteria for eating disorders.

  • Editors

    Elspeth Guthrie

    Sanjay Rao

    Melanie Temple

    Contributors

    Allan House, Hiroko Akagi, Damien Longson, Gopinath Ranjith, Eleanor Feldman, Elspeth Guthrie, Ayanangshu Nayak, Tom Carnworth, Helen Linnington, Allan Johnston, Paul Gill, Navneet Kapur, Renuka Lazarus, Geoffrey G. Lloyd, David Protheroe, Alan Carson, Adam Zeman, Jon Stone, Andrew Hodgkiss, Surya Mascarenhas, Annabel Price, Michael Hotopf, Paul Reading, John F. Morgan, Jonathan I. Bisson, Ian Collings, David Anderson, Sabu Ooman, Hilary Lloyd, Carolyn Chew-Graham, Max Henderson, Sam Harvey, Melissa Corr, Peter Trigwell, Eugene Cassidy, Tayyeb A. Tahir, Emma Morgan, Siobhan MacHale, Tom Brown, Peter Aitken, Sarah Burlinson, Stella Morris, Janet Butler, Melanie Temple, Deepak Garg, Rajdeep Sandhu

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