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Title Geriatric psychiatry review and exam preparation guide : a case-based approach / editor, Mark Rapoport ; associate editors, Dallas Seitz, Andrew Wiens, and Evan Lilly
Published Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, [2016]
©2016
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Contents Cover; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Disclaimer; Introduction; Section 1: Dementia; 1.1 Neurobiology and Diagnosis of the Dementias; 1.2 The Cognitive Examination in Geriatric Psychiatry; 1.3 Neuropsychiatric Symptoms in Dementia; 1.4 Nonpharmacological Management of Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Dementia; 1.5 Pharmacologic Treatment of Dementia: The Cognitive Enhancers; Section 2: Mood and Anxiety Disorders; 2.1 Recognition and Assessment of Depression in Older Adults; 2.2 Bereavement in Older Adults; 2.3 Pharmacotherapy of Depression in Older Adults
2.4 Bipolar Disorder in Older Adults2.5 Anxiety Disorders in Older Adults; 2.6 Electroconvulsive Therapy in Older Adults; 2.7 Psychotherapy in Older Adults; 2.8 Suicide among Older Adults; Section 3: Other Disorders; 3.1 Primary Psychotic Disorders in Older Adults; 3.2 Delirium in Older Adults; 3.3 Sleep Difficulties and Disorders in Older Adults, and Their Management; 3.4 Personality Disorders in Older Adults; 3.5 Neuropsychiatric Disorders in Older Adults; Section 4: Special Topics; 4.1 Epidemiology of Mental Illness in Older Adults; 4.2 Aging and Psychopharmacology
4.3 Antipsychotics in Older Adults4.4 Anticholinergic Drugs and Inappropriate Medications in Older Adults; 4.5 Psychosocial Aspects of Care in Geriatric Psychiatry; 4.6 Palliative Care in Geriatric Psychiatry; 4.7 What Else?; Abbreviations; Authors and Affiliations; Disclosures
Summary "Geriatric psychiatry is a relatively young discipline within the field of psychiatry in North America. And with an aging population, developing a workforce that is equipped to meet the mental health needs of older adults is an urgent priority. Geriatric Psychiatry Review and Exam Preparation Guide offers geriatric psychiatrists, general psychiatrists, and other healthcare workers a detailed and up-to-date reference that can be used to prepare for ward rounds, in case discussions, in educational sessions with patients and families, or for exam preparation. Experts from across Canada have contributed chapters on dementia; mood, anxiety, and other disorders; and other issues and topics unique to working with older adults and their caregivers. Each chapter includes a case scenario, concise point-form summaries of diagnostic and treatment approaches, up-to-date evidence syntheses, discussions of controversies, a series of practical and thought-provoking questions and answers, and recommended resources for further reading. The result is a succinct and advanced review of geriatric psychiatry that will help clinicians improve the psychiatric care of an aging population."-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 29, 2016)
Subject Geriatric psychiatry -- Examinations, questions, etc.
Geriatric Psychiatry.
Genre/Form Examination Question.
Examinations.
Examinations.
Form Electronic book
Author Rapoport, Mark, 1970- editor
ISBN 1442622415 (electronic bk.)
9781442622418 (electronic bk.)