6 edition of An introduction to clinical research in psychiatry found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Dan G. Blazer, Judith C. Hays.|
|Contributions||Hays, Judith C.|
|LC Classifications||RC337 .B58 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 237 p. :|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||97022573|
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As a stand-alone book, it would be more of a : Alan I. Green. Here is an ideal introduction to research methods for clinicians, fellows, residents, and medical students. Written in a clear, easy-to-understand style, it outlines the steps that should be followed in order to organize and implement a typical investigation/5(2).
'Introduction to Clinical Research in Psychiatry' employs an interactive, problem-based approach to introducing epidemiological methods, which has been successfully tested by the authors at the Duke The book is designed primarily for mental health care professionals.
This practical book is written specifically for junior doctors by a team of highly experienced authors, as an introductory guide to clinical research.
It covers all areas that a junior doctor needs to consider, including funding, study design, ethics, data analysis, disseminating findings, and furthering one's research by: 2.
Key Topics: By introducing a wide range of psychiatric disorders and their basic features, this text covers the etiology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis and treatment of the major psychiatric by: 5.
This book provides a concise but thorough overview of clinical trials in psychiatry, invaluable to those seeking solutions to numerous problems relating to design, methodology and analysis An introduction to clinical research in psychiatry book such trials.
Practical examples and applications are used to ground theory whenever possible. The Second Edition includes new information regarding: Recent important psychiatric trials. The book has 35 chapters. The first six chapters cover the foundation of psychiatry, in terms of historical aspects, personality, psychopathology, brain and mind, etiology.
The next four chapters present the classification of mental disorders, common symptoms, psychiatric examination, and. A key text for psychiatric trainees embarking on research projects, this book will also be useful to psychiatrists supervising research projects, and those in the social sciences with an interest.
The Neuroscience of Clinical Psychiatry, 3rd Edition is a highly readable, in-depth text ideal for residents studying for boards, practicing psychiatrists, and any mental health professional seeking an overview of the neuroscience revolution.
Focusing on the basic neuroscientific concepts underlying normal behavior and commonly encountered disorders, Dr. Edmund S. Higgins and Dr. Mark S. /5(9). As its name implies, clinical psychology is a subfield of the larger discipline of psychology.
Like all psychologists, clinical psychologists are interested in behaviour and mental processes. Rapid publication is a priority; hence, authors are requested to pay close attention to the following instructions for the submission of manuscripts to the journal Psychiatry Research.
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Emphasizing the anticipation of future difficulties and the benefits of early planning, the authors discuss the types of questions that. A Comprehensive and Practical Guide to Clinical Trials provides an overview of the entire process of clinical research in one thorough and easy-to-read handbook that offers those involved in clinical research a clear understanding of how the components of a study are related.
Introduction to Clinical Psychology: An Evidence-Based Approach, 4th Edition by University of Ottawa authors Catherine M. Lee and John Hunsley introduces students to the theories and practices of clinical psychology and conveys the important work done by clinical psychologists.
This text is designed to be helpful not only to those who will go on to careers in clinical psychology, but also to those who will. reminder that in addition to core clinical psychiatry, they need to cover many areas including phenomenology, epidemiology, relevant neurology and brain diseases, addictions, history of psychiatry, research in psychiatry and evidence base, drug prescribing, ethics, medicolegal concepts and.
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