Since graduating in medicine from Oxford University, Rebecca has lived and worked in clinical and research capacities in Melbourne, London, Bogota and Sarajevo.
Part of the Oxford Psychiatry Library of pocketbooks, this user-friendly the diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of patients with schizophrenia. The Oxford Psychiatry Library is an exciting series of pocketbooks for clinicians, trainees and other mental health care professionals covering bro.
Whilst in Bogota she gained a Masters degree in Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics in Spanish and conducted a survey of trials in mental health from low and middle income countries. She completed her training as a psychiatrist at the Institute of Psychiatry in London where she led a project to successfully introduce mental health training in Somaliland.
She was a researcher at the Australian National University and worked as a psychiatrist in Canberra. After completing several reviews and assisting other authors complete their reviews, Claire was appointed Managing Editor of the CSzG in As an information specialist, Farhad worked in various clinical research teams as a searcher and as an information manager.
Farhad joined the CSzG in and his main role is the development of information retrieval and management methods for study-based registers and databases. Cochrane Library Cochrane.
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Part of the Oxford Psychiatry Library of pocketbooks, this user-friendly and practical guide will outline the diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of patients with schizophrenia. Co-authored by two global experts on the management of patients with psychosis, this pocketbook will serve as a useful guide for psychiatrists, trainees, psychiatric specialist nurses, and interested general practitioners.
The disorder has a typical onset of between 15 and 35 years of age and is characterised by impairments in reality, most commonly hallucinations and delusions. It is a highly complex condition and is often confused with other mental disorders such as bipolar disorder.
Part 1 The Myths and the Science. Part 2 Treatments. Schizophrenia David J.