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Understanding the mental health problems of children who have learning disabilities presents huge challenges across many domains. This paper examines some of the assessment frameworks that may be used, offers clinical guidance on collecting information and suggests ways in which various theoretical approaches can be used to derive comprehensive case formulations.
An introduction to child psychiatry which draws on clinical experience as well as the latest research findings. Its companion website features over multiple choice questions and answers to assist those preparing for examinations, including MRCPsych Written in an accessible style by international experts in child psychiatry. Child And Adolescent Psychiatric Assessment Pdf has become an established and accepted textbook of child psychiatry. Now completely revised and updated, the fifth edition provides a coherent appraisal of the current state of the field to help trainee and practising clinicians in their daily work.
Psychiatric emergencies in childhood and adolescence. The most frequent causes requiring psychiatric emergency care at this age are behavioral disturbances, suicidal behavior, and depression. The objective of this study is to present the most relevant clinical issues and to guide the initial procedures in psychiatric emergency care in childhood and adolescence. Clinical presentations are divided in relevant groups of symptoms according to their frequency and impact on patients and their families. The following syndromes are presented: aggressive behavior, intoxications, suicidal behavior, psychosis, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and abuse against children and adolescents. The initial procedures recommended for each of these conditions are described.
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This is a comprehensive volume on issues and concerns relating to child and adolescent mental health in Asia, which includes contributions from experts in child psychiatry from Asia and other parts of the world. The chapters provide accurate and detailed accounts of the current state of knowledge integrating research approaches and findings from clinical studies. Each chapter discusses existing information, emphasizes areas of growth and provides fresh insights on a particular topic especially as these might relate to Asian populations. The book integrates various clinical and scientific perspectives on psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents with a focus on Asia. The various sections deal with important topics in child and adolescent psychiatry: the current understanding of mental disorders and the ways in which possible influences might work in the development of psychopathology; substance use disorders, their neurobiological correlates and implications for the developing brain; early environmental influences in the psychopathology of psychiatric disorders in children; issues of parenting, child rearing and cultural practices in Asia, which influence personality development and adaptation; life-long impact of early parental loss; early diagnosis and intervention in recognizing and treating psychopathology; psychopharmacology of neurodevelopmental disorders in children; non-pharmacological treatments for children; mental health gap, and telepsychiatry as an innovative model to provide services for children; and a pressing need for a comprehensive child mental health policy across nations. She has over four decades of experience in psychiatry and child psychiatry in India.
Explore the latest in child and adolescent psychiatry, including advances in the diagnosis and management of ADHD and autism spectrum disorders. This cohort study examines the association between preterm birth and psychotropic drug prescriptions during adolescence and young adulthood. This prognostic study examines the use of early factors in predicting suicide attempt in adolescence and young adulthood.
Great advances have been made during the last 20 years in the development of structured and semi-structured interviews for use with psychiatric patients. However, in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry there have been weaknesses in the specification and definition of both symptoms and the psychosocial impairments resulting from psychiatric disorder. This has meant that symptom coverage has been limited and nosological comparisons have been inhibited. This paper outlines the principles adopted in the CAPA to improve the standardization, reliability and meaningfulness of symptom and diagnostic ratings.
The requirements apply to both trainees and Fellows-in-training. Trainees are required to maintain their clinical currency by spending at least 0. It will also include a record of cases seen, to be completed each 6 months, to enable trainees to track the breadth of their training experience.
This chapter describes the Preschool Age Psychiatric Assessment PAPA , a structured diagnostic parent-administered psychiatric interview about children ages 2—5 24 months through 72 months that assesses parent-reported psychiatric symptoms, disorders, and impairment in preschool children. The PAPA, the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Assessment, and now the Young Adult Psychiatric Assessment comprise a suite of interviews that employ a consistent approach to the assessment of psychopathology in childhood, adolescence, and young adulthood.