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care of the psychiatric patient in general hospitals

Franklin Gessford Ebaugh

care of the psychiatric patient in general hospitals

by Franklin Gessford Ebaugh

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Published by American Hospital Association in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

  • Mentally ill -- Care,
  • Hospitals

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Franklin G. Ebaugh ...
    Series[American Hospital Association. Official bulletin, no. 207]
    ContributionsAmerican Hospital Association. Council on Professional Practice.
    LC ClassificationsRA960 .A53 no. 207
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5 p. l., 13-79 p.
    Number of Pages79
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6450860M
    LC Control Number43006159

      Board certified in psychiatry and neurology, Dr. Stern is the author or co-author of more than scientific articles and book chapters and 10 books, including "The Massachusetts General Hospital Guide to Primary Care Psychiatry".Reviews: Additionally, patients and families often receive written material or referral to other information sources, including self-help books and a growing number of online resources. Although patient education remains a useful and expected element of good care, there is evidence that, alone, it is insufficient to change health behaviors. 1.

    Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook of General Hospital Psychiatry. 7th edition, by Theodore A. Stern, Oliver Freudenreich, Felicia A. Smith, Gregory L. Fricchione, and Jerrold F. Rosenbaum. For generations of practitioners, the Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook of General Hospital Psychiatry has been and is the "gold standard" guide to consultation-liaison psychiatry and.   As the flood of mental health patients coming to the ED continues, teaching hospitals are taking steps to get patients the care they need. At University of North Carolina Medical Center, the ED is providing a range of mental health emergency services to two small hospitals through telemedicine to help ease the load there.

      But a lot of that kind of stuff the hospitals don’t let the patient have. So she got me a really good smelling bar of soap. I never even used it. I just kept it by my bed and smelled it all the time. It really made me feel loved and cared about.” — Mariah K. “Feminine care products, the hospital ones suck.” — Kierstyn W. The DHHS has recognized that psychiatric patient boarding in the ED is a significant problem in the US health care system and attributes this problem to a decline in short-term psychiatric hospital beds Further complicating the issue of boarding is a reduction in outpatient services.

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The inpatient liaison psychiatry service we studied is broadly similar to services elsewhere in the UK and delivers multidisciplinary psychiatric care to working age adult patients within a bedded acute care hospital in inner London. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ebaugh, Franklin G.

(Franklin Gessford), Care of the psychiatric patient in general hospitals. Psychiatry has long been considered the medical specialty most attuned to listening to the patient. With few diagnostic laboratory or imaging tests available or other physical indicators of illness, psychiatrists have been trained to attend carefully to their patients’ histories and subjective reports of symptoms to make a diagnosis and determine the course of treatment.

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