Covering every area of the ABPN board exam, the 3rd Edition of Psychiatry Test Preparation and Review Manual, by Drs. J. Clive Spiegel and John M. Kenny, includes 1,100 questions, online video vignettes and an online timed assessment to prepare you for certification or recertification success. You’ll know exactly what to expect when exam day arrives, thanks to current coverage of the latest research in both psychiatry and neurology, as well as a format that precisely mimics all aspects of the written exam.Features six tests of 150 multiple-choice questions each, as well as 160 multiple-choice questions related to case vignettes. Allows you to see results broken down by topic online, so you can target areas needing further study. Bookmarking and score archiving are also available online. Allows you to exclude topics which are not included on the MOC, such as neuroscience and neurology, so you can more narrowly focus your study. Gives clear explanations for both insufficient/incorrect and correct answers, and provides recommended readings from key textbooks. Reflects the latest research and clinical practice in both psychiatry and neurology. NEW! Eight new video vignettes featuring patient interviews, each with accompanying multiple-choice questions. NEW! All questions relating to diagnostic criteria have been updated to the DSM-5.
With the range of psychotropic drugs expanding and the usages of existing medications diversifying, we are pleased to present this very latest edition of what has become the indispensable formulary in psychopharmacology. This new edition features seven new compounds as well as information about several new formulations of existing drugs. In addition, many important new indications are covered for existing drugs, as are updates to the profiles of the entire content and collection, including an expansion of the sections on long-acting injectable formulations of antipsychotics. With its easy-to-use, template-driven navigation system, The Prescriber's Guide combines evidence-based data with clinically informed advice to support everyone who is prescribing in the field of mental health.
A practical and enjoyable review of the most important points in clinical psychiatry, including diagnosis, treatment, and case presentations. Edition 5 incorporates the newer DSM-5 classification of psychiatric disorders.Chapter 1. IntroductionChapter 2. Psychiatric EvaluationChapter 3. The Depressed and Suicidal PatientChapter 4. PsychosesChapter 5. Bipolar DisorderChapter 6. Delirium/DementiaChapter 7. The Anxious PatientChapter 8. Alcohol and Substance Use DisorderChapter 9. The Sleepless PatientChapter 10. Eating DisordersChapter 11. PainChapter 12. Medical Problems Presenting as Psychiatric SyndromesChapter 13. Psychiatric Conditions of ChildhoodChapter 14. The Patient with Sexual ProblemsChapter 15. Personality DisordersChapter 16. Treatment ModalitiesChapter 17. Clinical Review
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The Study Guide for the Psychiatry Board Examination is the first study guide that reflects the current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM-5(R). Authors from the full career spectrum medical students, fellows, and junior and senior faculty collaborated in the development and refinement of this study guide, a monumental task undertaken and executed with professional seriousness and academic rigor. The selection of topics follows the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Certification Examination in Psychiatry 2015 Content Blueprint, thoroughly preparing and familiarizing readers with both the subject matter and test experience. Content for the approximately 400 questions contained in the study guide was culled from numerous, readily available American Psychiatric Publishing texts, and each multiple choice question is followed by explanations for both the correct and incorrect options, with the appropriate citations for further study. Although not the only resource readers should consult when preparing for the test, the Study Guide for the Psychiatry Board Examination is surely the best, most up-to-date tool available, and psychiatrists taking either the initial certification or the 10-year recertification examination will find it invaluable.
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"PPPP . . . To compress 200 years of psychiatric theory andpractice into a compelling and coherent narrative is a fineachievement . . . . What strikes the reader [most] are Shorter'sstorytelling skills, his ability to conjure up the personalities ofthe psychiatrists who shaped the discipline and the conditionsunder which they and their patients lived."--Ray Monk The Mail onSunday magazine, U.K."An opinionated, anecdote-rich history. . . . While psychiatristsmay quibble, and Freudians and other psychoanalysts will surelysquawk, those without a vested interest will be thoroughlyentertained and certainly enlightened."--Kirkus Reviews."Shorter tells his story with immense panache, narrative clarity,and genuinely deep erudition."--Roy Porter Wellcome Institute forthe History of Medicine.In A History of Psychiatry, Edward Shorter shows us the harsh,farcical, and inspiring realities of society's changing attitudestoward and attempts to deal with its mentally ill and the effortsof generations of scientists and physicians to ease theirsuffering. He paints vivid portraits of psychiatry's leadinghistorical figures and pulls no punches in assessing their roles inadvancing or sidetracking our understanding of the origins ofmental illness.Shorter also identifies the scientific and cultural factors thatshaped the development of psychiatry. He reveals the forces behindthe unparalleled sophistication of psychiatry in Germany during theeighteenth and nineteenth centuries as well as the emergence of theUnited States as the world capital of psychoanalysis.This engagingly written, thoroughly researched, and fiercelypartisan account is compelling reading for anyone with a personal,intellectual, or professional interest in psychiatry.