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Handbook for Psychiatric Trainees

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Dinesh Bhugra, Shekhar Saxena, Ross Overshott, Alistair Burns, Gareth Holsgrove, Vanessa Cameron, Sheila A. Mann, Gwen Adshead, Jonathan Bindman, Peter Tyrer, Padmal de Silva, Hilary Williams, Richard Gray, Hilary McCallion, Alan Rushton, Mark Sutherland, Michael J. Travis, Cleo Van Velsen, Jerome Carson, Frank Holloway, Carl Gray, Peter Hill, Kalyani Katz, Pramod Prabhakaran, Povl Munk-Jörgensen, Martin Baggaley, Rosalind Ramsay, Eleanor Cole, Joe Bouch, Koravangattu Valsraj, Cecilia Wells, Stephen Tyrer, Femi Oyebode, Jane Marshall, Nick Rose, Anne Farmer, Sube Banerjee
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  • Date Published: February 2008
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781904671343

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  • The recent transformation of postgraduate medical education has changed the landscape of psychiatric training. This handbook is a must for anyone trying to navigate the terrain. It covers a wide range of topics, from ethical reasoning in psychiatry to more practical aspects of coping at a personal level. It informs trainees about liaison with key players in their training and provides an overview of virtually every aspect of the trainee's professional life. The book will be invaluable for psychiatric trainees and trainers. Those who are interested in choosing psychiatry as a career will find it a useful introduction to the subject and to what psychiatrists do. This essential guide to postgraduate training in psychiatry is written and edited by opinion leaders in medical education and by doctors who have recently completed training. It takes a practical and accessible approach, focusing on personal development and well-being, as well as educational achievement.

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    • Date Published: February 2008
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781904671343
    • length: 342 pages
    • dimensions: 234 x 158 x 18 mm
    • weight: 0.6kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. Psychiatric training: the next steps Dinesh Bhugra
    2. Global healthcare systems Dinesh Bhugra and Shekhar Saxena
    3. History and structure of the National Health Service Ross Overshott, Alistair Burns and Dinesh Bhugra
    4. The College Gareth Holsgrove, Vanessa Cameron and Dinesh Bhugra
    5. The General Medical Council Sheila A. Mann
    6. Ethical reasoning in psychiatry Gwen Adshead
    7. Compulsory treatment, capacity and consent Jonathan Bindman
    8. Bio-psychosocial models of aetiology and management Peter Tyrer
    9. Clinical psychology Padmal de Silva
    10. Occupational therapy Hilary Williams
    11. Mental health nursing Richard Gray and Hilary McCallion
    12. Social work Alan Rushton
    13. Chaplains in the psychiatric setting Mark Sutherland
    14. Personal safety Michael J. Travis
    15. Managing violence Michael J. Travis
    16. Managing difficult clinical situations Cleo Van Velsen
    17. Understanding and managing stress Jerome Carson and Frank Holloway
    18. Managing time: the key to professional success Carl Gray
    19. Negotiation skills Peter Hill
    20. Presentation skills Kalyani Katz and Pramod Prabhakaran
    21. Mental health review tribunals: reports and hearings Kalyani Katz and Pramod Prabhakaran
    22. How to get published Povl Munk-Jörgensen
    23. Mental health informatics Martin Baggaley
    24. Clinical governance Rosalind Ramsay and Eleanor Cole
    25. Lifelong learning and revalidation Joe Bouch
    26. Mentoring and shadowing Koravangattu Valsraj and Cecilia Wells
    27. The MRCPsych examinations Stephen Tyrer and Femi Oyebode
    28. Flexible training Jane Marshall
    29. UK training for overseas doctors and opportunities for UK doctors to train outside the EEC Nick Rose
    30. Academic careers Anne Farmer
    31. Higher degrees Sube Banerjee.

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    Dinesh Bhugra

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    Oliver Howes

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    Dinesh Bhugra, Shekhar Saxena, Ross Overshott, Alistair Burns, Gareth Holsgrove, Vanessa Cameron, Sheila A. Mann, Gwen Adshead, Jonathan Bindman, Peter Tyrer, Padmal de Silva, Hilary Williams, Richard Gray, Hilary McCallion, Alan Rushton, Mark Sutherland, Michael J. Travis, Cleo Van Velsen, Jerome Carson, Frank Holloway, Carl Gray, Peter Hill, Kalyani Katz, Pramod Prabhakaran, Povl Munk-Jörgensen, Martin Baggaley, Rosalind Ramsay, Eleanor Cole, Joe Bouch, Koravangattu Valsraj, Cecilia Wells, Stephen Tyrer, Femi Oyebode, Jane Marshall, Nick Rose, Anne Farmer, Sube Banerjee

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