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Developing a Forensic Practice
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Getting Started. Vocabulary. Lawyer-Expert Relationships. Records and Record Review. Evaluations. Reports and Affidavits. Deposition and Trial Testimony. Fees and Billing. Ethics. Marketing. Your Office and Office Procedures. Liability in Forensic Practice. Simpson, A Lawyer's Perspective on Forensic Mental Health Experts. Appendices.

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William H. Reid, MD, MPH, past president of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, has practiced forensic psychiatry for over 35 years in private settings, medical schools, and the public sector.

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"Already an established authority on this topic, Dr. Reid has delivered once again. Developing a Forensic Practice is just what the doctors ordered-a highly practical, easily readable, and exceptionally well focused guide for staking one's claim in this expanding area of practice." - Eric Y. Drogin, JD, PhD, ABPP, Harvard Medical School; Former President, American Board of Forensic Psychology"Dr. William Reid is a senior, experienced forensic psychiatrist who has prepared an excellent practical treatise on developing a forensic practice. This book should be read by every fellow in forensic psychiatry and every psychiatrist who practices forensic work and wishes to be successful and stay out of trouble." - Robert L. Sadoff, MD, Clinical Professor of Forensic Psychiatry and Director, Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship Program, The University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine"Becoming credentialed is one thing; actually practicing is another. Dr. William Reid, one of our foremost forensic psychiatrists, brings his wisdom to bear on the art and science of forensic mental health practice. This is a most memorable and useful book, the kind of map that keeps us on the path of good work and out of the swamp of litigation." - J. Reid Meloy, PhD, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Univ. of California, San Diego; Faculty, The San Diego Psychoanalytic Institute

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