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Published September, 2007
By Dinesh Bhugra, Alistair Burns and Stuart Bell
Publisher: Royal College of Psychiatrists (Gaskell)
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Offers a theoretical overview which describes the management structures that can be encountered by psychiatry clinicians. This book covers the Mental Health Services National Service Framework (NSF), financial management and manpower planning. It also covers issues such as: clinical governance, ethics and confidentiality, and users' expectations.

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£30.00
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Published April, 2007
By George Stein and Greg Wilkinson
Publisher: Royal College of Psychiatrists (Gaskell)
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Part of the "College Seminars Series" of textbooks, this book gives a comprehensive overview of the field of adult psychiatry. It places emphasis on detailed clinical descriptions of the common psychiatric disorders and their place within the ICD-10 and DSM-IV schemes.

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£65.00
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Published March, 2007
By Jane Naismith and Sandra Grant
Publisher: Royal College of Psychiatrists (Gaskell)
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Part of the "College Seminars Series" of textbooks, this book gives an overview of the major types of psychotherapy, including: psychodynamic theories and therapies, systemic therapy, cognitive-behavioural theories and therapies, group; and family therapy. It also covers assessment, research and training in psychotherapy.

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£20.00
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Published January, 2007
By Patricia R. Casey and Brendan Kelly
Publisher: Royal College of Psychiatrists (Gaskell)
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£18.00
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Published October, 2006
By Glenn Roberts, Sarah Davenport, Frank Holloway and Theresa Tattan
Publisher: Royal College of Psychiatrists (Gaskell)
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Gives an overview of rehabilitation psychiatry, encompassing the shift away from ongoing treatment and institutionalisation of those with long-term mental health problems, towards rekindling hope of and opening routes to personal recovery. Divided into four main parts, it offers a practical and operational guide to service development.

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£25.00
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Published October, 2006
By Chris Freeman
Publisher: Royal College of Psychiatrists (Gaskell)
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A comprehensive guide to psychiatric research methods, from getting started and avoiding common pitfalls, through to publishing a paper.

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£25.00
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This volume contains the rating scales which derive from the multinational Epsilon Study of Schizophrenia. It covers quality of life, needs, service satisfaction, costs and impact on carers.

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£45.00
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