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Not to be confused with National Center for Mental Health.

Not to be confused with National Center for Mental Health. A number of guides have also been translated and adopted or adapted by other healthcare systems, including those of Italy, Australia and Slovenia. The NCCMH has also supported several other countries as part of NICE International, establishing guideline development programmes.

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ISBN 13: 9781904671251. This volume includes all the evidence on which the guideline statements are based, and a detailed explanation of the methodology behind the guideline's preparation

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NICE clinical guideline 26 (2005). NICE clinical guideline 23 (amended) (2004, amended 2007).

National Clinical Practice Guideline Number 26. Commissioned by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence. Gaskell, Leicester: London and the British Psychological Society.

Issue date: March 2005. 2 Notes on the scope of the guidance.

That the first guideline to emerge was a guideline in mental health was important.

This evidence-based clinical guideline commissioned by NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) presents guidance on the management of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in primary and secondary care.This volume includes all the evidence on which the guideline statements are based, and a detailed explanation of the methodology behind the guideline's preparation. Comprehensive information about PTSD (including prevalence, risk factors and diagnosis) and testimonies from PTSD sufferers are also provided.An essential resource for all professionals involved in the management of PTSD, this book is a milestone in the development of truly independent and transparent clinical guidance and an essential tool in improving the quality of mental health care in the UK.Included is a data CD-ROM presenting:Full details of studies included in the guideline and reasons for excluding studies, with reference list. A full list of guideline statements. All meta-analytical data presented as forest plots. Detailed information about how to use and interpret forest plots.

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RCPsych Publications is the publishing arm of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (based in London, United Kingdom), which has been promoting excellence in mental health care since 1841. Produced by the same editorial team who publish The British Journal of Psychiatry, they sell books for both psychiatrists and other mental health professionals; and also many written for the general public. Their popular series include the College Seminars Series, the NICE mental health guidelines and the Books Beyond Words series for people with intellectual disabilities.

RCPsych publishes in all areas of psychiatry and mental health, including but not limited to: Clinical psychiatric practice Intellectual disability Mental health services for children, adolescents, adults and the elderly Psychopharmacology Psychotherapy Rehabilitation psychiatry Family mental health Service provision

RCPsych Publications books can help with the following disorders: Addictions Affective disorders Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) Bereavement Borderline personality disorder Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) Dementia Depression Eating disorders Perinatal psychiatric disorder Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Psychosis Schizophrenia Sleep problems

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I think this is an excellent introductory pamphlet published by the National Institute of Mental Health that helps build an understanding of the potential problems involved and where to go next. Note that it is only 28 pages long, though in large format. I found that it contained useful scholarly material for both patient and family that was intellectually and emotionally accessible and written without any "ax to grind" or histrionics.

If you find yourself in the position of needing to know more about PTSD than hype, this is a great place to start without being overwhelmed.

You can find free electronic versions by web searching "post traumatic stress disorder NIMH."

There is life to be lived while making progress with PTSD.

I hope it serves you well.
This was a basic pamphlet and gave general information. Accurate but short. I found booked written by people who had PSTD more helpful.
This is a helpful pamphlet, not a book by an author. It has useful information on PTSD. I gained a small amount from reading it-and it was free.