Oxford handbook of psychiatry
Directed at medical students, doctors coming to psychiatry for the first time, psychiatric trainees, and other professionals who may have to deal with patients with psychiatric problems. This book is written by experienced psychiatrists and is designed to provide access to the information required by psychiatry trainees on the wards, or on-call.
Print Book, English, 2010
2nd ed., repr View all formats and editions
Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2010
XXIV, 977 p. ; 19 cm.
1. Thinking about psychiatry; 2. Psychiatric assessment; 3. Symptoms of psychiatric illness; 4. Evidence-based psychiatry; 5. Organic illness; 6. Schizophrenia and related psychoses; 7. Depressive illness; 8. Bipolar illness; 9. Anxiety and stress-related disorders; 10. Disorders of behaviour; 11. Personality disorders; 12. Old-age psychiatry; 13. Substance misuse; 14. Child and adolescent psychiatry; 15. Forensic psychiatry; 16. Learning disability; 17. Liaison psychiatry; 18. Psychotherapy; 19. Legal and ethical issues; 20. Transcultural psychiatry; 21. Therapeutic issues; 22. Difficult and urgent situations; 23. Useful addresses; 24. ICD-10/DSM-IV index