Psychopharmacology and Child Psychiatry Review: With 1200 Board-Style Questions (Google eBook)

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Oxford University Press, May 13, 2011 - Medical - 208 pages
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Psychopharmacology and Child Psychiatry Review: With 1200 Board-Style Questions utilized the numerous topics in child and adolescent psychiatry and psychopharmacology as present in Pediatric Psychopharmacology: Principles and Practice, Second Edition (Martin et al), distilling the most relevant questions (and answers) for the forthcoming boards. In very clear, yet challenging questions, this book will focus your knowledge on key topics in psychiatry and psychopharmacology. The question-answer format is a learning style that highlights strengths and weaknesses and mimics the Boards, giving you the opportunity to practice Boards style exams.
  

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Prakash K. Thomas, M.D is a lecturer at the Yale Child Study Center where he devotes his time to intensive in-home and outpatient clinical services. He also has a private practice in adult and child psychiatry in New Haven, CT. Yann Poncin, is an Assistant Professor at the Child Study Center of the Yale School of Medicine. He devotes the majority of his time to emergency and intensive psychiatry services, and consults to the pediatric medical floors, schools, and the juvenile justice system.

Prakash K. Thomas, M.D is a lecturer at the Yale Child Study Center where he devotes his time to intensive in-home and outpatient clinical services. He also has a private practice in adult and child psychiatry in New Haven, CT. Yann Poncin, is an Assistant Professor at the Child Study Center of the Yale School of Medicine. He devotes the majority of his time to emergency and intensive psychiatry services, and consults to the pediatric medical floors, schools, and the juvenile justice system.

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