The fifth edition of Psychiatry introduces medical students and junior doctors to the fundamentals of psychiatric knowledge in a patient centred, digestible, and memorable way. Written by clinicians who deliver front-line patient care and boast years of teaching experience, practical information is informed by theory and research. Written with an underlying philosophy that positive rapport with patients is central to providing successful psychiatric care
this is a trustworthy and lauded guide to diagnosis and management.
Organised into 34 chapters on core topics, information is laid out in a concise, user-friendly format with case studies, and scientific research formatted into boxes for easy access, ensuring students can quickly locate key information for revision and examinations.
Previous First Prize winner for Psychiatry at the British Medical Association Book Awards, this textbook is ideal for those requiring a grounding in the discipline of patient-centred and evidence-based care.