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Beschreibung

Psychosocial disorders are recognized late if at all-and often mistreated. Yet they account for the most days off work and years lost to disability. Written for general practitioners, this text addresses the issue in the key context of primary healthcare.


Now in its fully revised and expanded second edition, this volume is the definitive global resource on psychosocial problems. Containing several new chapters and featuring extensively updated contributions from experts in the field, this title takes a uniquely global approach in laying the foundations of bio psychosocial basic care and provides relevant information about the most common mental and psychosomatic problems and disorders. An extension of the cultural aspects of the individual clinical pictures and new contributions from China, Latin America, Russia, Iran, India, Africa and Myanmar, also about migration and mental health accompany this revision.

This book is divided into four sections and begins by explaining the relationship between psychosomatic medicine and primary care. The next part outlines the best practices for diagnosing the most common biopsychosocial problems and mastering the most frequent communication challenges (e.g. biopsychosocial anamnesis, breaking bad news, dealing with difficult patients, family and health systems communication and collaboration). The following section delves into more specific psychosomatic problems such as depressive disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, addiction, the terminally ill patient and eating disorders, among others. The final section focuses on developing psychosomatic medicine in international settings. Every chapter integrates basic theoretical background and practical skills and includes trans-culturally sensitive material, important for work with patients from different nations.

Psychosomatic Medicine: An International Primer for the Primary Care Setting, second edition is a must-have reference for doctors from various specialties as well as nursing staff, social workers and clinical health psychologists.




Autorentext

Kurt Fritzsche, MD, Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany

Susan McDaniel, PhD, Department of Family Medicine, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester NY

Michael Wirsching MD, Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany




Klappentext

Now in its fully revised and expanded second edition, this volume is the definitive global resource on psychosocial problems. Containing several new chapters and featuring extensively updated contributions from experts in the field, this title takes a uniquely global approach in laying the foundations of bio psychosocial basic care and provides relevant information about the most common mental and psychosomatic problems and disorders. An extension of the cultural aspects of the individual clinical pictures and new contributions from China, Latin America, Russia, Iran, India, Africa and Myanmar, also about migration and mental health accompany this revision.

This book is divided into four sections and begins by explaining the relationship between psychosomatic medicine and primary care. The next part outlines the best practices for diagnosing the most common biopsychosocial problems and mastering the most frequent communication challenges (e.g. biopsychosocial anamnesis, breaking bad news, dealing with difficult patients, family and health systems communication and collaboration). The following section delves into more specific psychosomatic problems such as depressive disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, addiction, the terminally ill patient and eating disorders, among others. The final section focuses on developing psychosomatic medicine in international settings. Every chapter integrates basic theoretical background and practical skills and includes trans-culturally sensitive material, important for work with patients from different nations.

Psychosomatic Medicine: An International Primer for the Primary Care Setting, second edition is a must-have reference for doctors from various specialties as well as nursing staff, social workers and clinical health psychologists. 



Inhalt

Part I: Introduction 

1.         What is Psychosomatic Medicine in Primary Care?

2.         Objectives of Training in Psychosomatic Medicine in Primary Care

3.         Traditional Medicine and Psychosomatic Medicine

Part II: General Psychosomatic Medicine

4. Psychosomatic Medicine
5. The Doctor--Patient Relationship
6. Doctor- and Patient Communication
7. Family Medicine
8. The Balint Group

Part III: Specific Psychosomatic Medicine 

9. Depressive Disorders
10. Anxiety Disorders
11. Somatoform Disorders
12. Psycho-Oncology
13. Psycho-Cardiology
14. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
15. Addiction
16 Eating disorders
17. Personality disorders
18. Sexual medicine
19.  The terminally ill and dying patient

Part IV: Developing Psychosomatic Medicine in International Settings 

20. Systems Development of Behavioral Health in Primary Care
21. The Development of Psychosomatic Medicine in China, Vietnam and Laos -The ASIA- LINK Program
22. Latin America
23. Iran
24. Russia
25. Africa

Produktinformationen

Titel: Psychosomatic Medicine
Untertitel: An International Guide for the Primary Care Setting
Editor:
EAN: 9783030270797
ISBN: 978-3-030-27079-7
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Nature EN
Genre: Medizin
Anzahl Seiten: 362
Gewicht: 0g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm
Jahr: 2019
Auflage: 2. A.