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Inhaltsangabe: Part of the Oxford Psychiatry Library (OPL) series, this pocketbook is an essential resource for clinicians, providing guidance on how the diagnosis of personality disorder has developed, what it means, how it is characterised and how best to help patients with personality disorders. This easy-to-use text is ideal for busy clinicians, providing practical advice highlighted with useful 'key points'. The book's structure will take into account the likely major changes in diagnosis as diagnostic classification systems are reviewed (DSM-V and ICD), ensuring it remains a useful tool for clinicians to refer to. This book will serve as a practical reference for psychiatrists, psychiatric trainees, clinical psychologists, GPs with a special interest in mental health, and other mental health clinicians.
About the Author:
Dr Newton-Howes graduated in medicine from the University of Otago in 1998 and undertook his training in Psychiatry on the St Marys and Charing Cross training schemes in London. He has worked as a general adult psychiatrist and currently works in the Regional Personality Disorder Service for Capital and Cost District Health Board in New Zealand and as a senior lecturer in the department of psychological medicine at the University of Otago, Wellington. His research interest include the effect of personality on mental state disorder and the interactions between psychiatry and society.
Buchbeschreibung Oxford University Press Dez 2014, 2014. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - Part of the Oxford Psychiatry Library (OPL) series, this pocketbook aims to help clinicians to understand how the diagnosis of personality disorder developed, what it means, how it is characterised and what to do to help patients with personality disorders. 80 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780199688388