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    Werneke, Ursula 2018. Conference proceedings of the 4th Masterclass Psychiatry: Transcultural Psychiatry – Diagnostics and Treatment, Luleå, Sweden, 22–23 February 2018 (Region Norrbotten in collaboration with the Maudsley Hospital and Tavistock Clinic London). Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, p. 1.

    Werneke, Ursula and Bhugra, Dinesh 2018. Culture makes a person‡. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, p. 1.

    Amini, Kourosh Marks, Dougie Cheraghi, Mohammad Ali Eftekhar, Mehrdad and Negarandeh, Reza 2018. Attempting to Restore Integrity of the Self: A Grounded Theory Study of Recovery From Major Depressive Disorder. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, p. 107839031880058.

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  • Edited by Dinesh Bhugra, Institute of Psychiatry, London , Kamaldeep Bhui, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

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Cultural psychiatry deals with the impact of culture on causation, perpetuation and treatment of patients suffering with mental illness. The role of culture in mental illness is increasingly being recognised, and the misconceptions that can occur as a result of cultural differences can lead to misdiagnoses, under or over-diagnosis. This second edition of the Textbook of Cultural Psychiatry has been completely updated with additional new chapters on globalisation and mental health, social media and tele-psychiatry. Written by world-leading experts in the field, this new edition provides a framework for the provision of mental health care in an increasingly globalised world. The first edition of the Textbook of Cultural Psychiatry was commended in the BMA Book Awards in 2008 and was the recipient of the 2012 Creative Scholarship Award from the Society for the Study of Psychiatry and Culture.

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