Kaplan & Sadock’s Synopsis of Psychiatry Twelfth, North American Edition

Book Name: Kaplan & Sadock’s Synopsis of Psychiatry Twelfth, North American Edition
Author: Robert Boland, Marcia Verdiun, Pedro Ruiz
Publisher: LWW; Twelfth, North American edition
ISBN-10, 13: 1975145569,978-1975145569
Year: 2021
Pages: 1200 pages
Language: English
File size: 10 MB
File format: PDF,EPUB

Kaplan & Sadock’s Synopsis of Psychiatry Twelfth, North American Edition Pdf Book Description:

This is another book form kaplan. Kaplan & Sadock’s Synopsis of Psychiatry Twelfth edition is designed to help all the medical student that want to know more about Psychiatry. This textbook evolved as a condensation of the Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry. That book is an extensive, two-volume work with many contributions by experts in the field. It helps those who require an exhaustive, detailed, and encyclopedic survey of the entire field. That work aims at all levels of expertise in the field who desire an up-to-date work that is as comprehensive as possible. This textbook is aimed more at the trainee, who needs a brief and more condensed statement of the field of psychiatry. Although, in essence, this book derives from the Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry, different purposes for each work result in a divergence. However, although we have reworked some sections of this book and written new content, we still owe an outstanding debt of gratitude to the more than 2,000 contributors to the current and previous editions of the Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry, all of whom have allowed us to synopsize their work. At the same time, we must accept responsibility for the modifications and changes in the new work.

The psychiatric interview is the most crucial element in the evaluation and care of persons with mental illness. A significant purpose of the initial psychiatric interview is to obtain information that will establish a criteria based diagnosis. This process, helpful in the prediction of the course of the illness and the prognosis, leads to treatment decisions. A well-conducted psychiatric interview provides a multidimensional understanding of the disorder’s biopsychosocial elements. It provides the information necessary for the psychiatrist, in collaboration with the patient, to develop a person centered treatment plan. Equally important, the interview itself is often an essential part of the treatment process. From the very first moments of the encounter, the interview shapes the nature of the patient–physician relationship, which can have a profound influence on the outcome of treatment. The settings in which the psychiatric interview takes place include psychiatric inpatient units, medical nonpsychiatric inpatient units, emergency rooms, outpatient offices, nursing homes, other residential programs, and correctional facilities. The length of time for the interview, and its focus, will vary depending on the setting, the specific purpose of the interview, and other factors.

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