Recognition and Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders: A Psychopharmacology Handbook for Primary Care, Issue 433
Mental health is an important public health issue. National survey data indicate that 48% of the U.S. adult population have reported a psychiatric disorder at some point in their lives and 30% have reported one in the past 12 months. With the changing healthcare environment, 60% of these patients are identified and receive treatment in the primary care setting.
Recognition and Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders: A Psychopharmacology Handbook for Primary Care
This handbook is the quintessential resource for primary care physicians needing to screen and treat patients with mental disorders. Brief, but informative, this resource includes a glossary, a listing of printed and electronic mental health resources, a bibliography, and an appendix containing selected diagnostic rating scales.
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