- Author:Lon S. Schneider
- Publisher:Jossey-Bass Publishers; 1 edition (February 13, 1998)
- Pages:136 pages
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The authors highlight important new developments in the clinical practice of geriatric psychiatry, making this volume a valuable . This is the 76th issue of the quarterly journal " New Directions for Mental Health Services.
The authors highlight important new developments in the clinical practice of geriatric psychiatry, making this volume a valuable addition to the literature on mental health care.
Developments in Geriatric Psychiatry, Winter 1997. It includes chapters on health care services for the elderly, recognition of mental illness in older primary care patients, early diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer's disease, the issue of competency, treatment of depression and agitation in dementia, electroconvulsive therapy for elderly patients, and the diagnosis and treatment of psychosis.
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Baseline characteristics, total annual mental health costs, and cost components (in 2000 US dollars) by relapse status†.
This disturbing trend toward making us crazy when we are simply grappling with everyday concerns has even worse public implications. revealed is a need for additional services particularly for substance abusing patients. Baseline characteristics, total annual mental health costs, and cost components (in 2000 US dollars) by relapse status†.
Suicide among older adults is a major public health problem. In L. S. Schneider (E., Developments in geriatric psychiatry: New directions for mental heath services, (No. 76, pp. 13–38)
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living and community-based programs for senior care, mental health services are patchy and largely unregulated (Moak and Borson 2000).
This trend has clearly impacted child and geriatric mental health, in part .
This trend has clearly impacted child and geriatric mental health, in part because of the growth in these two populations. This new perspective has come under the rubric of developmental psychopathology and brings together the best that developmental psychology, clinical child psychology, child and adolescent psychiatry, and the neurosciences have to offer. The child, adolescent, and geriatric mental health professional is also called on to assume a more active advocacy role than frequently found in traditional adult services.
Hence, geriatric psychiatry becomes a basic discipline for all the socio-medical providers and a speciality for . Psychiatry of the elderly is a branch of psychiatry and forms part of the multidisciplinary delivery of mental health care to older people
Hence, geriatric psychiatry becomes a basic discipline for all the socio-medical providers and a speciality for physicians and health workers who devote themselves entirely to the psychiatric care of the elderly. This implies some overlapping between specialists and non-specialists in the care of patients particularly between somatic geriatric care and geriatric psychiatry, at the risk of improperly using individual competence. Psychiatry of the elderly is a branch of psychiatry and forms part of the multidisciplinary delivery of mental health care to older people. The specialty is sometimes referred to as geriatric psychiatry, old age psychiatry or psychogeriatrics.