This practical and accessible text is dedicated to teaching skills and new ways of working that are increasingly assessed in training, continuing professional development programmes, postgraduate examinations and reaccreditation appraisals. It is concerned with balancing the demands of the patient’s life circumstances with lessons from science and clinical experience. Table of Contents IntroductionPart I. Underlying Principles: 1. Starting points2. A triangle of forces3. Treatment objectives4. Strategic treatmentPart II. The Context and Location of Treatment: 5. Teams6. Team work7. Inpatient treatment in the era of community psychiatry8. Compulsion and locked doors9. Not at home, not in hospital10. Models of carePart III. Problems in Treatment: 11. Engagement12. Compliance and concordance13. Treatment resistance14. Complicated problems15. Managing risk16. Staying wellPart IV. Coping: 17. Coping with dilemmas18. Coping with changeReferencesIndex.
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Titolo: Clinical Skills in Psychiatric Treatment
Autori: Poole - Higgo
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
Misure: 15x23 cm