Professionalism in Mental Healthcare: Experts, Expertise and Expectations by Dinesh BhugraProfessionalism in Mental Healthcare: Experts, Expertise and Expectations by Dinesh Bhugra

Professionalism in Mental Healthcare: Experts, Expertise and Expectations

EditorDinesh Bhugra, Amit Malik

Paperback | November 29, 2010

Pricing and Purchase Info

$58.95

Earn 295 plum® points
Quantity:

In stock online

Ships free on orders over $25

Not available in stores

about

In mental health, as in other medical disciplines, the role of the professional is changing. The availability of information, enhanced roles of other healthcare professionals and changes in training have altered the doctor-patient relationship and left professionals accountable to the needs of clients, politicians, policy makers and funding agencies. This book seeks to redefine the professional role of the specialist mental health worker by bringing perspectives from leading experts from both developed and developing countries, and also from a wide range of professionals in the field of law, medical ethics, education and medical leadership. Uniquely, it also looks at the views of patients and next-generation psychiatrists. It will be of interest to those involved in providing mental healthcare as well as those responsible for health policy initiatives and training.
Title:Professionalism in Mental Healthcare: Experts, Expertise and ExpectationsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.39 inPublished:November 29, 2010Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521131766

ISBN - 13:9780521131766

Look for similar items by category:

Reviews

Table of Contents

Preface; 1. Introduction Amit Malik and Dinesh Bhugra; 2. Globalisation Norman Sartorius; 3. The virtues and vices of professionalism Jonathan Montgomery; 4. Professionalism: the US perspective Sidney Weissman and Kenneth Busch; 5. Professionalism: the UK perspective Sir Donald Irvine, Neil Johnson, Jill Thistlethwaite and Gillian Lewando Hundt; 6. Professionalism and resource-poor settings: redefining psychiatry in the context of global mental health Vikram Patel; 7. Professionalism: Australian perspectives Katinka Morton, Robert Adler and Bruce Singh; 8. Can professionalism be taught? Lessons for undergraduate medical education Robert Murden; 9. Patient expectations from psychiatrists Dinesh Bhugra and Susham Gupta; 10. Teams and professionalism David W. Page; 11. New professionalism Donna Schmutzler and James Holsinger; 12. Medical professionalism in the new century: accomplishments and challenges in the future for an American medical school John A. Talbott; 13. Ethical foundations of professionalism Jim E. Sabin and H. Steven Moffic; 14. Training in professionalism Vikram Jha, Zeryab Setna and Trudie Roberts; 15. Expertise and medical professionalism Kathy M. Vincent and Allan Tasman; 16. Leadership and professionalism Helen Herrman, Julian Freidin and Sharon Brownie; 17. Professionalism and psychiatry: the way forward Amit Malik and Dinesh Bhugra; Index.

Editorial Reviews

'Bhugra and Malik have brought together an interesting group of essays on recent changes in professionalism in psychiatry, well worthy of the attention of anyone interested in the stresses and strains affecting mental health workers.' Journal of Mental Health