|Author:||DINESH ED. BHUGRA|
|Title:||Management Training For Psychiatrists|
|Format:||lrf rtf mobi txt|
|ePUB size:||1615 kb|
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|Publisher:||American Psychiatric Press; 1 edition (1992)|
The book concludes with a section on personal development, addressing such issues as presentation skills, stress management, mentoring, managing committees and dealing with the media. A chapter on Surviving as a junior consultant is included and the book is also very useful as a reference and survival guide for more senior psychiatrists.
A sound practical guide to the complex world of management in psychiatric practice. It gives a theoretical overview of the management, structure, funding and politics of the NHS and focuses on both the various skills necessary for running services and personal development skills, with an emphasis on leadership and medical management skills.
Management Training For Psychiatrists. Published 1992 by American Psychiatric Press.
For psychiatrists in training, chapters on the skills of working in a multi-cultural team, clinical audits, and managing patient complaints are particularly useful. FREE! psychopharmacology The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th e. 2018. FREE! psychoanalysis The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th e. View all related books and articles.
Dinesh Bhugra Dinesh. 1 Emeritus Professor Mental Health & Cultural Diversity,IoPPN, Kings College, London, England. Although there was an expectation from the Royal College of Psychiatrists that all trainees receive an hour’s weekly supervision, this did not always happen; however, all consultants with whom I had the privilege to work for were excellent in their support to the trainees, and an apprenticeship model worked extremely well, which is a major change from the current shift work where. I set up evening lectures, one of which led to a round table discussion on psychiatry’s social contract and appeared as a book (Bhugra et al 2010). London: RCPsych Publications.
The book is aimed at all psychiatrists, but those in the early stages of training or who have just started to establish themselves will find it particularly useful on several key issues. Role and responsibilities of psychiatrists Andrea Fiorillo, Umberto Volpe, and Dinesh Bhugra. 2,3 At that time, doctors dealing with mental illness were known as ‘alienists’. 4 Frank JR. (e. The CanMEDS 2005 physician competency framework. Better standards; better physicians; better care.
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This is the first book on leadership (rather than management skills) to focus on psychiatry and mental health care. Contributions from international experts with clinical and non-clinical backgrounds pull together the theories and practical skills required to be a successful leader. The aim is to guide mental health professionals in general and psychiatrists in particular on how to gain the relevant skills and on how to utilise these skills and training to take on leadership roles in clinical and organisational settings. The book covers the role of the leader and the skills required for leadership, including chapters on communication, decision-making, team development, mentoring, gender issues in leadership, burnout and more. It includes a section on assessment tools and learning material. Essential reading for all those who aspire to lead in psychiatry!
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544 pp. ISBN 9781909726659 To many clinicians I suspect management is an anathema and has an air of mystique about it. This book provides a comprehensive guide. Etudes Cliniques sur la Grande Hystérie ou Hystéro-epilepsie. 2è édition, précédée d'une lettre-préface de M. le Pr . M.