6 edition of Emergency psychiatry for the House Officer found in the catalog.
Emergency psychiatry for the House Officer
William R. Dubin
|Statement||William R. Dubin and Robert Stolberg.|
|LC Classifications||RC480.6 .D8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||166 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||81040519|
Psychiatric emergency 1. Psychiatric Emergencies 2. Patient’s behavior is disturbing to himself, his family, or his community 3. Never assume patient has psychiatric illness until all possible physical causes are ruled out 4. presentation to the psychiatric emer-gency service. The proportion of pa-tients referred by other sources who were considered to be violent by po-lice officers was 14 percent, com-pared with 3 percent whom psychi-atric emergency service clinicians considered to be violent at the time of presentation to the psychiatric emer-gency service.
Emergency psychiatry is the clinical application of psychiatry in emergency settings. Conditions requiring psychiatric interventions may include attempted suicide, substance abuse, depression, psychosis, violence or other rapid changes in behavior. Psychiatric emergency services are rendered by professionals in. PSB HOAE Review! Complete Health Occupations Aptitude Test Study Guide and Practice Test Questions - Duration: Marsha Erickson Recommended for you.
A Foundation doctor (FY1 or FY2 also known as a house officer) is a grade of medical practitioner in the United Kingdom undertaking the Foundation Programme – a two-year, general postgraduate medical training programme which forms the bridge between medical school and specialist/general practice training. Being a Foundation Doctor is compulsory for all newly qualified medical practitioners 6–8: General practitioner, 5 years total time in training. The second edition of Clinical Manual of Emergency Psychiatry is designed to help medical students, residents, and clinical faculty chart an appropriate course of treatment in a setting where an incorrect assessment can have life-or-death implications. Arranged by chief complaint rather than by psychiatric diagnosis, each chapter combines the fresh insights of an accomplished psychiatry.
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The Psychiatric Examination 7 3. Organic Brain Syndromes-Delirium and Dementia 21 4. Psychosis 37 5. Non-psychotic Disturbances 47 6. The Violent Patient 59 7. The Suicidal Patient 67 8. Alcohol Abuse 75 9.
Drug Abuse 85 Other Common Psychiatric Emergencies Appendix: Psychiatric. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 19 cm: Responsibility: Beverly J. Fauman and Michael A. Fauman. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages ; 21 cm: Contents: 1.
Introduction The psychiatric examination Organic brain syndromes --Delirium and dementia Psychosis Non-psychotic disturbances The violent patient The suicidal patient Alcohol abuse Drug abuse Other common psychiatric emergencies. The Violent Patient 59 7. The Suicidal Patient 67 8.
Alcohol Abuse 75 9. Drug Abuse 85 Other Common Psychiatric Emergencies Appendix: Psychiatric Side Effects of Medical Drugs Index Chapter 1 Introduction INTRODUCTION Psychiatric patients can be among the most disconcerting patients to treat in an emergency department setting.
Psychiatry (House Officer) by David A., M.D. Tomb and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at "Psychiatry for the House Officer" is a wonderful, simple-to-use, and easily understood overview of psychological disorders. Confessors are not counselors, and Emergency psychiatry for the House Officer book book will NOT make you a counselor/5(9).
Big Book of Emergency Department Psychiatry is a practical playbook for the challenges at hand. The authors explain simply and clearly how to get it done." Kirk Jensen, MD, MBA, FACEP Chief Innovation Officer, EmCare, Inc.5/5(4). Written and edited by leading emergency psychiatrists, this is the first comprehensive text devoted to emergency psychiatry.
The book blends the authors' clinical experience with evidence-based information, expert opinions, and American Psychiatric Association guidelines for emergency psychiatry/5(4).
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Tomb. Jennifer Votta, D.O. – Director, House Officer Mental Health Program Medical training is a unique experience that is simultaneously highly rewarding and highly challenging, and it is my pleasure and privilege to be a part of the support network for our house officers during this time.
The field of emergency mental health care is evolving rapidly. In addition to continued widespread use of the traditional consultation model, in which psychiatrists provide on-call assistance to emergency department physicians, specialized psychiatric emergency services (PESs) are available in many cities, and newer models of integrated community psychiatric emergency care are being developed.
Written and edited by leading emergency psychiatrists, this is the first comprehensive text devoted to emergency psychiatry. The book blends the authors' clinical experience with evidence-based information, expert opinions, and American Psychiatric Association guidelines for emergency psychiatry.
Case studies are used throughout to reinforce key clinical points. Below are my categorized and annotated book recommendations for psychiatry residents, including book recommendations for the psychiatry boards. General Texts. The DSM-V is a no-brainer to occupy your future office bookshelf (if someone else is paying), although if you’re choosing, the desk reference is less meaty and easier to carry around.
Emergency Medicine for the House Officer, SP Medical and Scientific Books () Google Scholar. A.R. FelthousThe Clinician's Duty to Protect Third Parties. Psych Clin North Am, 22 (), p. Handbook of Medical Psychiatry, Mosby–Year Book, St.
Louis () Google Scholar. Cited by: 8. One of the most challenging clinical settings any psychiatrist faces is in the area of psychiatric emergency services. Clinical Manual of Emergency Psychiatry is designed to help medical students, residents, and clinical faculty chart the appropriate course of treatment in a setting where an incorrect assessment can have life and death n collaboratively by residents.
Many hospital emergency departments are overcrowded and short-staffed, with a limited number of available hospital beds.
It is increasingly hard for emergency departments and their staff to provide the necessary level of care for medical patients. Caring for people with psychiatric disabilities raises different issues and calls on different skills.1/5(2).
Working in an emergency department as a psychiatrist or mental health clinician requires an ability to gain a patient's rapport, establish a differential diagnosis, assess risk and make disposition decisions in a fast-paced and potentially chaotic setting.
Patients may be medically ill, agitated, intoxicated, or suicidal, and resources for treatment may be difficult to access. Introduction. The emergency department (ED) continues to be the portal of entry for the most acutely ill of the patients we treat. 1 Despite an ever-expanding repertoire of psychotropic agents, and increasing numbers of graduate psychiatrists, many people with psychiatric illness present to EDs across the country in need of both treatment and psychiatric by: 3.psychiatry (səkī`ətrē, sī–), branch of medicine that concerns the diagnosis and treatment of mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders, including major depression depression, in psychiatry, a symptom of mood disorder characterized by intense feelings of loss, sadness, hopelessness, failure, and rejection.A list of the best books for medical students (or anyone else!) that want to gain a better insight into medical ethics as well as the lives of patients and their doctors.
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