Psychiatric Diagnosis: A World Perspective by Juan E. MezzichPsychiatric Diagnosis: A World Perspective by Juan E. Mezzich

Psychiatric Diagnosis: A World Perspective

byJuan E. MezzichEditorYutaka Honda, Marianne C. Kastrup

Paperback | October 12, 2012

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Advances in the standardization, precision and thoroughness of psychiatric diagnosis are being supplemented with attention to personalized or ideographic descriptive approaches. This promises not only to enhance the clinician's understanding of a case but to allow a fuller and more effective use of the evolving range of therapeutic possibilities. To reflect these developments, the Section on Classification, Diagnostic Assessment and Nomenclature of the World Psychiatric Association has prepared this volume which is organized around five prominent themes in contemporary psychiatric diagnosis: -major regional perspectives - ICD-10 - comprehensive diagnosis through the multiaxial model - treatment planning and organization of health services - the role and challenges of psychiatric diagnosis in primary health care.
Title:Psychiatric Diagnosis: A World PerspectiveFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pagesPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

I. Regional Perspectives on Psychiatric Diagnosis.- 1. An Overview of Cross-Cultural and National Issues in Psychiatric Classification.- 2. DSM-IV and International Communication in Psychiatric Diagnosis.- 3. The Nosological Views of French-Speaking Psychiatry.- 4. Scandinavian Contributions to Psychiatric Nosology.- 5. Perspectives on the Use of International Diagnostic Systems in the USSR.- 6. Latin American Contributions to Psychiatric Nosology and Classification.- 7. African Perspectives on Mental Disorder.- 8. On the Second Edition of the Chinese Classification of Mental Disorders (CCMD-II).- 9. Perspectives on Psychiatric Diagnosis from Southeast Asia.- 10. Japanese Experiences in Psychiatric Diagnosis.- II. ICD-10 Field Studies.- 11. Progress in the Development of the Classification of Mental Disorders in the ICD-10.- 12. Field Trials of the ICD-10 Chapter on Mental Disorders in Japan.- 13. The ICD-10 Chapter on Mental Disorders Versus Conventional Diagnosis in Japan.- 14. Affective Disorders in China, Korea, and Japan and the Challenges of ICD-10.- 15. Empirical Comparison of ICD-10 and DSM-III-R in Peru.- 16. Relationships Between Chapter V(F) of the ICD-10 and National Psychiatric Classifications.- III. Multiaxial Issues.- 17. Multiaxial Diagnosis: Purposes and Challenges.- 18. Axial Organization of Clinical Diagnoses.- 19. Multiaxial Diagnosis and Environmental Factors: Psychosocial Stressors Supports.- 20. Disabilities in a Multiaxial Formulation.- 21. Multidimensional Diagnosis of Depressive Disorders.- 22. Multiaxial Issues on Personality Disorders.- IV. Impact of Psychiatric Diagnosis on Health Care.- 23. The Validity of Diagnostic Systems for Treatment.- 24. Psychiatric Diagnosis and Mental Health Services in Japan.- 25. Psychiatric Diagnosis and Mental Health Care in Korea.- V. Psychiatric Classification and Primary Care Around the World.- 26. Simplified Versions of ICD-10 Chapter V(F) for Primary and General Medical Care.- 27. North American Perspectives: Toward a DSM for Primary Care.- 28. Latin American Contributions to Psychiatric Classification in Primary Care.- 29. European Viewpoints on Identifying and Classifying Psychiatric Cases in General Medical Settings.- 30. Psychopathology Explorations and Findings in African Primary Care Settings.- 31. A Japanese Study on Psychiatric Classification in General Medical Care.- 32. Experiences on Psychiatric Classification in South Asia Primary Care Facilities.- Epilogue: A Universal Approach to Psychiatric Diagnosis.