Neuropsychology for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals
Neuropsychology offers a broad introduction to neuropsychology, functional neuroanatomy, neuropathology, clinical assessment, and the behavioural sequelae associated with neurological disturbance. It provides understanding of the common neurological disorders and enables informed choices in care. Important insight into differential diagnosis is given, as well as help to extend and support the health care role through an introduction to basic bed-side assessment techniques and their interpretation. It provides knowledge to assist health professionals in empowering patients in their recovery or rehabilitation and is an essential workplace manual.
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Chapter 1 What is neuropsychology?
Chapter 2 Neuroanatomy
Chapter 3 Functional neuroanatomy
Chapter 4 Neurological investigations
Chapter 5 Emotional and psychological reactions
Chapter 6 The neuropsychology of common disorders
Chapter 7 Other disorders
Chapter 8 Neurotoxicology
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