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Seminars in Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry

Seminars in Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry

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Consultation-liaison psychiatry has evolved rapidly in the last decade, with significant expansion of services across the UK. Now in its third edition, Seminars in Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry provides a current, comprehensive, practically orientated guide that covers clinical topics, education, service development, audit and research. New and updated chapter topics cover the presentation, diagnosis, and management of common conditions, and chapters on organisational topics provide insights into developing and managing the context within which practice takes place. Each chapter is informed by the latest research while remaining hands-on in its focus, structured around common clinical scenarios that liaison staff encounter in hospital settings. A practical guide, this book is packed with essential reading for clinicians working at the interface between mental and physical healthcare.
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9781911623540
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Publication date
2024
Issue number
3
Cover
paperback
Pages count
472
Dimensions (mm)
155.00 x 232.00
Weight (g)
709
  • List of contributors; 1. The assessment process in consultation-liaison psychiatry Caroline Buck; 2. Notes on training pathways in consultation-liaison psychiatry Faye Stanage and Gregory Carter; 3. Nursing in consultation-liaison settings Kate Chartres and Sarah Eales; 4. Psychological reaction to physical illness Elspeth Guthrie and Marc Mandell; 5. Self harm and suicidal thoughts Allan House; 6. Depression in medical settings Elspeth Guthrie; 7. Functional somatic symptoms Constanze Hausteiner-Wiehle and Peter Henningsen; 8. Alcohol misuse Rachel Thomasson and Ashokkumar Shishodia; 9. Substance misuse Matthew Kelleher; 10. Psychosis in general hospital settings Seri Abraham, Daniel Kaitiff, Samira Malik, Annie Clark and Rachel Thomasson; 11. Acute behavioural disturbance in the general hospital Ankush Singhal, Sridevi Sira Mahalingappa, Deepa Bagepalli Krishnan and Rachel Thomasson; 12. The neurology: psychiatry interfance Annalie Clark and Rachel Thomasson; 13. Perinatal psychiatry Sarah Jones, Aaron McMeekin, Ipshita Mukherjee and Laura Murphy; 14. Paediatric consultation-liaison psychiatry Rachel Elvins, Louisa Draper, Neelo Aslam and Ruth Marshall; 15. Psychological treatment Elspeth Guthrie; 16. Legal and ethical issues in CL psychiatry Elena Baker-Glenn and Annabel Price; 17. Social aspects of consultation-liaison psychiatry Dr Max Henderson; 18. Education for acute hospital staff Mathew arrison and Max Henderson; 19. Considerations in the planning and delivery of consultation-liaison psychiatry services Allan House; 20. Outcome measurement in consultation-liaison psychiatry Allan House; 21. The Evidence Base for consultation-liaison psychiatry Elspeth Guthrie; 22. Primary care consultation-liaison services Chris Schofield and Philippa Bolton; 23. Emergency department psychiatry Alex Thomson and Rikke Albert; 24. Setting standards for consultation-liaison psychiatry services Jim Bolton; 25. Policy to practice: developing consultation-liaison psychiatry services Peter Aitken and William Lee; 26. Consultation-liaison psychiatry, four international perspectives Gregory Carter, Wolfgang Soellner, Jim Levenson and Kathleen Sheehan; Index.
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