Published November 1997
by Not Avail .
Written in English
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\ucThis book will help students and clinicians gain a complete understanding of psychiatric assessment, become familiar with the symptoms that make up the major DSM-5 diagnoses, and formulate treatment planning by using actual clinical situations. It transforms difficult clinical concepts into clear examples, illustrating the process of assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning.\ud. Take Away Message Questions As teachers, we must consider the students' developmental level when creating activities and our curricula! 2. How is knowledge co-constructed in each of the segments? 3. What evidence of cultural tools is evident in each of the segments? Middle/High. CD-ROM in the back of the book. This CD contains an interactive Case Study on Anxiety, helpful additional NCLEX review questions, view guides to accompany ﬁlms depicting common psychiatric disorders, and printable psychotropic drug monographs. Also, for . DSM-5 Clinical Cases. DSM-5 Clinical Cases is a versatile volume designed to be used in a variety of contexts and for an audience that includes teachers, students, and clinicians. This book brings DSM-5 to life through engaging narratives of every disorder. Faithful to the new edition, the book emphasizes the diagnostic concerns of severity, dimensionality, culture, age and development, and.
My wife is a psych resident though, so I when I decided to expand my book recommendations series, I started with psych first (also, I like psychiatry!). I’ve noticed a dearth of reasonable-up-to-date-articulate-succint book recs out there for residency (or even medical school), so my plan is to gradually fill the void. over the comprehensiveness of the initial interview or interviews (8). In such a case, emphasis may be placed on obtaining information needed for immediate clinical recommendations and decisions (9). A. GENERAL PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATION A general psychiatric evaluation has as its central component an interview with the patient. The. see an ideal case history written by another 4th year student. If you have problems with written English, we expect you to seek assistance in your case history. Ask assistance from the Student Learning Centre, friends or classmates. Microsoft word has spell check so . Family Psych History: Her father had a history of paranoid behavior, constantly worried about the house being robbed and “rigging” doors to catch burglars. Her mother had a history of depression, intractable to treatment. Her two daughters have both been treated for anxiety, supposedly mainly over the stress of the patient’s condition.
• The book is designed and written for shortened courses • Built-in Chapter Study Guides provide workbook-style questions (fill-in, short-answer, and NCLEX-style) for students to test their kn owledge and understanding of each chapter. Answers are found at the back of the book. Psychologyis designed to meet the scope and sequence for the single-semester introduction to psychology course. For many students, this may be their only college-level psychology course. As such, this textbook provides an important opportunity for students to learn the core concepts of psychology and understand how those concepts apply to their lives. is a platform for academics to share research papers. An Introduction to Mastering the World of Psychology (pp.˜ 2 – 6) How will the SQ3R method help you master psychology? Why do psychologists use the scientific method? What are the goals of psychology? Psychology Then and Now (pp. 7 – 16) What did the early psychologists contribute to the field? What are the major schools of thought in psychology?