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Author: I. Fukunishi,T.N. Wise
ISBN: 3805572433
Language: English
Pages: 132 pages
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Publisher: S. Karger; 1 edition (September 3, 2001)
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Article in Advances in psychosomatic medicine 23:1-16 · February 2001 with 15 Reads.

Article in Advances in psychosomatic medicine 23:1-16 · February 2001 with 15 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. This article considers these social changes from the standpoints of (1) Japan's aging population; (2) changing attitudes toward suicide; (3) the Westernization of Japanese medicine; (4) Japanese decision-making and concepts of personhood; (5) evolution of funeral practices; (6) religious beliefs and death anxiety.

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Psychosomatic medicine psychiatry Integrated . In: Grassi . Riba . Wise T. (eds) Person Centered Approach to Recovery in Medicine.

Psychosomatic medicine psychiatry Integrated care Training Residency Fellowship Specialization Subspecialization Communication skills. The teaching of psychiatry in the undergraduate curriculum of Canadian medical schools.

Liaison psychiatry, also known as consultative psychiatry or psychiatry is the branch of psychiatry that specialises in the interface between general medicine and psychiatry.

Liaison psychiatry, also known as consultative psychiatry or psychiatry is the branch of psychiatry that specialises in the interface between general medicine and psychiatry, usually taking place in a hospital or medical setting. The role of the psychiatrist is to see patients with comorbid medical conditions at the request of the treating medical or surgical consultant or team.

Psychosomatic medicine integrates interdisciplinary evaluation and . Update on psychiatry (psychosomatic medicine). Curr Opin Psychiatry 21 (2): 196–200.

Psychosomatic medicine integrates interdisciplinary evaluation and management involving diverse specialties, including but not limited to psychiatry, psychology, neurology; surgery; gynecology; pain management; pediatrics; dermatology; and y.

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Therefore, psychiatrists must thoroughly understand drug actions, metabolism, and elimination .

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Redirected from Psychosomatic). Psychosomatic medicine is an interdisciplinary medical field exploring the relationships among social, psychological, and behavioral factors on bodily processes and quality of life in humans and animals.

Despite great advances in medical technology, the stresses of illness persist, resulting in a significant prevalence of comorbid psychiatric disorders in hospital and ambulatory medical settings. Consultation-liaison psychiatry is the subspecialty of psychiatry that focuses upon these issues. It has become a link between mental health disciplines and other fields of health care all over the world. This volume documents the vibrant energy and productivity of Japanese consultation-liaison psychiatrists who have developed a new biopsychosocial model for the treatment of patients with a variety of serious diseases. It begins with an overview on the historical background and the present issues in Japan. Further articles deal with psychiatric problems in transplant medicine, psychonephrology, psychooncology and HIV/AIDS. Finally drug-induced psychosis and psychosomatic problems of diabetes patients are discussed. The book will be useful to any physician or mental health care professional who works with the medically ill. It demonstrates the wide range of knowledge and treatment options available to mental health care professionals to intervene when dealing with patients suffering of a serious disease.