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Oxford textbook of community mental health / edited by Graham Thornicroft ... [et al.].

Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Description:
xiii, 392 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Series:
Oxford textbooks in psychiatry. [More in this series]
Summary note:
"What is the best way to provide mental health care within the community? How can these services be provided in a way that is easy to access and offer treatments that really work? Community mental health care has evolved as a discipline over the past 50 years, and within the past 20 years, there have been major developments across the world.The Oxford Textbook of Community Mental Health is the most comprehensive and authoritative review published in the field. It looks at how the field has evolved, the current approaches, and combines traditional concepts, such as community-based interventions and an epidemiological perspective, with newer concepts, such as recovery philosophy, evidence-based practices, and implementation fidelity, which have shaped the field over the past decade. Like community mental health care itself, the book is multidisciplinary and pluralistic. Thoughout, it addresses controversies and also emphasizes areas of convergence, where social values, medical science, and policy forces agree on specific directions.The book will be an essential reference source for both trainee and qualified psychologists and psychiatrists involved in community mental health, as well as healthcare professionals and students, mental health service planners and commissioners, service user and carer groups"--Provided by publisher.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
Machine generated contents note : Introduction -- 1. Introduction to community mental health? / Bob Drake, George Szmukler, Kim Mueser & Graham Thornicroft -- Origins of 'community psychiatry' -- 2. Historical changes in mental health practice / Nikolas Rose -- 3. Mental health policy in modern America / Gerald Grob -- 4. Recovery as an integrative paradigm in mental health / Mike Slade & Larry Davidson -- Needs : perspectives and assessment -- 5. Mental illnesses at the population level / Peter Jones ... [et al.] -- 6. Treated and untreated prevalence of mental disorder / Philip Wang -- 7. The global burden of mental disorder / Martin Prince -- 8. Expertise from experience: mental health recovery and wellness / Peggy Swarbrick -- 9. Measuring the needs of people with mental illness / Mike Slade, Graham Thornicroft & Michele Tansella -- 10. Mental health, ethnicity and cultural diversity: evidence and challenges / Craig Morgan -- 11. Responding to migration and upheaval / Richard F. Mollica & Maya Semrau -- Service components -- 12. Organising the range of community mental health services / Graham Thornicroft, Michele Tansella & Robert E. Drake -- 13. Crisis and emergency services / Sonia Johnson, Jonathan Totman & Lorna Hobbs -- 14. Early interventions for people with psychotic disorders / Paddy Power & Pat McGorry -- 15. Case management and assertive community treatment / Helen Killaspy & Alan Rosen -- 16. Psychiatric out-patient clinics / Thomas Becker & Markus Koesters -- 17. Day hospital and partial hospitalisation programmes / Art Schene -- 18. Individual placement and support: the evidence-based practice of supported employment / Deborah R. Becker, Gary R. Bond,& Robert E. Drake -- 19. In-patient treatment / Frank Holloway & Lloyd I. Sederer -- 20. Residential care / Geoff Shepherd & Rob Macpherson -- 21. Programmes to support family members and caregivers / Amy L. Drapalski & Lisa B. Dixon -- 22. Medication management / Jonathan Shaywitz & Stephen Marder -- 23. Managing co-occurring physical disorders in mental heath care / Delia Cimpean -- 24. Self-management programmes / Kim Mueser and Susan Gingerich -- Ethical and legal aspects -- 25. Ethical framework for community mental health / Abraham Rudnick, Cheryl Forchuk & George Szmulker -- 26. International human rights and community mental health / Oliver Lewis and Peter Barlett -- 27. Treatment pressures, coercion and compulsion / George Szmukler & Paul Appelbaum -- Stigma and discrimination -- 28. Public knowledge and awareness about mental illnesses / Tony Jorm -- 29. Public attitudes towards people with mental illness / Bruce Link, Matthias Angermeyer & Jo Phelan -- 30. Reducing stigma and discriminatory behaviour / Graham Thornicroft & Nisha Mehta -- Policies and the funding -- 31. Shaping national mental health policies / Harvey Whiteford -- 32. Using information and evidence to improve mental health care / Michelle Funk, Jodi Morris & Shekhar Saxena -- 33. Funding mental health services / Daniel Chisholm & Martin Knapp -- Assessing the evidence for effectiveness -- 34. Research designs and evaluating treatment interventions / Peter Tyrer -- 35. Qualitative research methods in mental health / Rob Whitley -- 36. Understanding and using systematic literature reviews / Andrea Cipriani & Corrado Barbui -- 37. Developing Evidence-Based Mental Health Practices / Kim T. Mueser & Robert E. Drake -- 38. Mental health services in low and middle income countries / R. Srinivasa Murthy -- Methods for insuring that effective care is provided -- 39. Producing guidelines, protocols and toolkits / Troy A. Moore, Alexander L. Miller & Elizabeth Kuipers -- 40. Implementing guidelines / Amy Cheung ... [et al.] -- 41. Overcoming impediments to community mental health in low and middle income countries / Benedetto Saraceno, Mark van Ommeren & Rajaie Batniji -- 42. The challenge of integrated care at the programme level / William C. Torrey & Mary F. Brunette -- Looking to the Future -- 43. Summing up : community mental health in the future -- Graham Thornicroft ... [et al.].
Subject(s):
Other title(s):
Textbook of community mental health
ISBN:
  • 9780199565498 (alk. paper)
  • 019956549X (alk. paper)
LCCN:
2011022382
OCLC:
713186790
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RCP:
C - S