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Rational Psychopharmacology A Book Of Clinical Skills [H. Paul Putman ] (Tapa Blanda)

Modelo 9781615373130
Fabricante o sello Michael Wiese Productions
Peso 0.54 Kg.
Precio:   $10,539.00
Si compra hoy, este producto se despachara y/o entregara entre el 11-08-2020 y el 19-08-2020
Descripción
-Autor: H. Paul Putman
-Editorial: Retroactive Records
-Formato: Tapa Blanda
-Idioma: Español
-ISBN-13: 9781615373130
-Páginas: 345
-Dimensiones: cm. x cm. x cm.
-Peso (kg.): 0.59

-Descripcion:

Most books about psychopharmacology focus heavily on the basic science involved and describe the currently available medications, including brief rationales for their use as well as their dosages and their side effects. Others are more for the general public, intended to help them understand how psychopharmacology might be helpful. This book is different. The goal is to teach the reader what medicines are available and what their characteristics are as well as teach very valuable skills: how to think thoroughly and methodically when assessing a patient, when reviewing research data (both basic and clinical), and when thinking through, developing, and monitoring the most effective clinical recommendations for patients. Rather than a lesson in elementary patient assessment, this book is an attempt to help readers identify weaknesses in their practice style and improve them where psychopharmacology is involved-- About the Author H. Paul Putman III, M.D., is a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. From the Inside Flap The first book of its kind, Rational Psychopharmacology: A Book of Clinical Skills teaches the reader how to think thoroughly and methodically when assessing a patient, reviewing research data (both basic and clinical), and developing and evaluating effective patient recommendations. Other psychopharmacology texts are typically limited to a list of currently available medications and their rationales for use, dosages, and side effects and fail to provide the clinician with the systematic orientation and skills necessary to engage in thorough and rational treatment planning. Psychiatric students, residents, and fellows will find immense benefit in the books method, but veteran clinicians wishing to improve their psychopharmacology skills will also discover fresh, evidence-based approaches to clinical dilemmas. The author, a Distinguished Life Fellow of the APA, brings more than 30 years of experience in both clinical research and private practice to this valuable work, which boasts pedagogical features designed to teach and test the reader, as well as suggestions for additional study. Its down-to-earth style, logical progression, and singular voice make Rational Psychopharmacology: A Book of Clinical Skills an excellent clinical companion for mastering and practicing the art of psychopharmacology.
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