PASS OCI (MOCI) EXAM IN PSYCHIATRY: Techniques and structure you need

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 12, 2011 - Medical - 122 pages
Passing the clinical Fellowship exam is one of the most challenging tasks in psychiatry. The exam is not only costly but it also requires significant amount of preparation. This book aims to provide you with a technique and structure to present cases in an organised manner to pass the clinical exam. This book will help you use your knowledge and experience effectively in a structured way. This is the first book written on (Modified) Observed Clinical Interview exam. It conveys the author’s personal tips and examples of case formulation. Highlighted is the need to use appropriate questions to obtain adequate history. It will provide readers with a structure for presentation and formulation that can be implemented in broad range of cases. This book is also recommended for professionals at all levels of experience who come into contact with psychiatric patients.
 

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This book is valuable resource for anyone preparing to sit the RANZCP Clinical exam.There is a wealth of information on a variety of topics likely to be encountered on the OCI exam. The structure and techniques for the exam as well as formulation are all covered in this excellent book .
Highly recommended. A++++++
Dr Gordon Hyde,
Sydney
 

Contents

The Observed Clinical Interview
1
History Taking
8
Mental State Examination
13
Schizophrenia
19
Bipolar Affective Disorder
27
Depression
35
Anxiety Disorders
43
Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia
46
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder OCD
52
Eating Disorders ED
54
Alcohol
59
Borderline Personality Disorder BPD
63
Psychiatric Formulation
66
Case Examples
69
Abbreviations
110
Recommended Reading
112

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD
50

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