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WHO Guide to Mental and Neurological Health in Primary Care
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Table of Contents

Foreword
Foreword to first edition
Introduction
Prevalence of mental disorders
Incidence and prevalence of some neurological conditions
General referral criteria for adults with mental health problems
General referral criteria for children and adolescents with mental health problems
General recommendations for prescribing in children and adolescents
Adult disorders
Child and adolescent disorders
Learning disability
A guide to Mental Health Act assessments
The Children Act 1989
Template chart for local resources: statutory services
Template chart for local resources: voluntary agencies
Resource directory
Mental health in your practice: what does your practice offer?
Suggested issues for practice and PCT audit
Psychological therapies: what are they?
Complementary and alternative treatment
Training for primary care teams in mental health skills
References
Acknowledgements
Interactive summary cards: for discussion by professional and patient together
Index

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Adapted for the UK, with permission, from Diagnostic and Management Guidelines for Mental Disorders in Primary Care: ICD-10 Chapter V Primary Care Version Editorial Board: Rachel Jenkins, Charles Warlow, Barry Lewis, Albert Persaud, Debbie Sharp, Eric Taylor, Jim Thompson, Andre Tylee, Nigel Wellman and Edzard Ernst Overall direction of the project by Rachel Jenkins World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Research and Training for Mental Health

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GKT Gazette The real beauty of the book is that it is designed for the clinician that is not a psychiatrist. Hence for learning how to deal with patients in third, fourth and final year exams (not to mention in practice) it is invaluable. This isn't a book aimed strictly at students, but reading through it I rather wished I had it before my finals. http://www.doctors.net.uk/ This book is directed at primary care physicians and will be an invaluable resource to them. Mental health professionals will also benefit from using this book, in particular the patient information and resources. Primary Care Psychiatry This book can definitely be recommended as a useful resource for primary care and community mental health teams... a vade mecum of psychiatric disorders and practice. Primary Care Mental Health. Vol 2. No 3/4 It is... an extremely useful resource for busy primary care practitioners, packed with just the sort of information needed when managing patients with mental health problems. Every consultation room should have a copy! Primary Health Care The book has already been well tested among primary care practitioners. It covers the widest range of disorders from Parkinson's disease and epilepsy to dementia and acute psychiatric disorders... There is a useful resource directory and basic guides such as The Mental Health Act, Children act, audit tools and descriptions of psychological therapies... This book would be an important purchase for teams and all primary care, community practices and libraries should have a copy.

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