By Michael G. G. Thompson M.D. (auth.), Michael G. G. Thompson M.D. (eds.)

This is the inaugural quantity of the recent sequence: serious concerns in Psychiatry: an instructional sequence for citizens and Clinicians. it's a suitable starting, for this publication represents a milestone within the evolution of psychiatric schooling. For the 1st time, there'll now be a unmarried position the place you can find a compre­ hensive choice of academic pursuits and ambitions to outline the huge spectrum of information and abilities crucial for basic and baby psychiatry. This assortment doesn't signify the prejudice of a unmarried educator or software. relatively, it contains a consensually proven rating of relative significance for every academic objective and target as decided via a wide and foreign sampling of ex­ perienced psychiatric educators, in addition to an article board with one of the most individual names in psychiatric schooling. it really is even attainable to inform at a look no matter if the ranked point of value is similar or varied inside numerous nationwide teams, for instance Canadians vs. american citizens. This ebook is meant for all scholars of psychiatry. it truly is fairly worthy to citizens in education, yet both so for skilled clinicians getting ready for Board exam or just getting to the method of continuous schooling and highbrow renewal. whereas it could good be utilized by an establishment to delineate the size of a coaching software in psychiatry, it's meant essentially for the self-evaluation and self-monitoring of one's development as a psychiatrist.

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6. 2. Be able to discuss critically the effect of motivation (factors listed in topic A) on psychosocial perception. t. 2. With respect to a clinical case 3. Be able to discuss succinctly the interrelationship of past experience, self esteem, and psychological defense mechanisms and perception. 1. 2. With respect to a clinical case 4. Be able to state briefly the present state of knowledge of the neurophysi- ological basis of perception. 5. Be able to state the relationship of a theory of perception to the methodology used in and the usefulness in clinical psychiatry of projective psychological tests.

Be able to assess and counter negative feelings in relation to mentally retarded patients and families. 4. Be able to demonstrate an ability to fulfill the combined role of an interdisciplinary coordinator consultant and direct therapist. 1. 2 . observation of retarded children in natura! surroundings 43. 4. 5. 6. 7. Parent education programs with respect to aU aspects of prevention: primary. secondary. 8. 9. 5. Be able to discuss the etiological determinants of mental retardation. 1. Discuss the biological, psychological.

Be able to define social class and list the information required to assign an individual to a class position. 2. Hollingshead's social class categories have been widely used in social psychiatric studies. Be able to describe the distinguishing features of each of th~ categories. 3. Be able to state howsocial class is related to thefrequency, diagnosis, and treatment of psychiatric disorders. 4. Be able to discuss the methods by which a psychiatric clinic can adapt its operation to give adequate service to patients of different social classes.

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