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Psychiatrist - a profession in the field of medicine, doctor, specialist in psychiatry. Psychiatry (German: psychiatrie from Greek - soul and Greek - doctor; Greek - medical, medical) is a branch of clinical medicine that studies mental (mental) disorders, deals with their treatment, prevention and care for the mentally ill, and also isolates people with mental disorders and persons with behavioral abnormalities that pose a potential danger to themselves or to others or violating certain social norms.
A psychiatrist is a doctor who works with various mental disorders of a person. He can work in medical institutions, private offices and centers, and have his own business.
The psychiatrist is engaged in the prevention and treatment of various mental illnesses of a person by examining patients, establishing a diagnosis, prescribing appropriate medications, and monitoring treatment. The psychiatrist can also engage in psychotherapy - the treatment of the soul.
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- What is community psychiatry?
The community psychiatrist works and helps people differently than psychiatrists with inpatient admissions do. Individual therapy psychiatrist spends a lot of time on a small number of patients. Meanwhile, a psychiatrist working in the community should help many people in a short time and, moreover, before they turn into patients. Its purpose is not to cure, but to prevent
- EMERGENCY CONDITIONS IN PSYCHIATRY
The provision of emergency psychiatric care is regulated by Articles 10, 11, 16, 20, 23-25, 28-30 of the Law of the Russian Federation “On Psychiatric Care and Guarantees of the Rights of Citizens when Providing It" (hereinafter referred to as the Law), Order M3 of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation “On measures to prevent socially dangerous actions of persons suffering from mental disorders” (No. 133/269 of April 30, 1997), by Order
- How can psychiatry help production?
The psychiatrist who works with the staff of the enterprise should be familiar with the mood of the staff and with the point of view of the administration. With this knowledge, he can influence the decisions of the administration for the benefit of the company's revenues, the health of managers and the welfare of all staff. However, there are currently only fifteen psychiatrists performing full-time preventative
- Critical conditions in psychiatry
Critical states in psychiatry include the state of alcohol withdrawal with delirium, acute Gaie-Wernicke encephalopathy, febrile schizophrenia, and toxic (malignant) antipsychotic syndrome. Alcohol withdrawal state with delirium DIAGNOSTICS Type of confusion, characterized by disorientation in the place, time, surrounding, an influx of bright deceptions of perception, acute
- How can a community psychiatrist be useful?
A psychiatric patient often differs from other people only in that he is interested in medical care. Others may equally urgently need it, but for one reason or another avoid it. This often happens, for example, with company executives, school principals, judges and family doctors. Due to the patterns of thinking brought from childhood, an administrator can do so
- G. Community Psychiatry.
- Test. Functions of a psychologist, psychotherapist, psychiatrist, 2011
Discipline - Introduction to the profession Psychiatrist - personal qualities, responsibilities. Psychologist - duties, personal qualities, social functions, the functions of a school psychologist. The psychotherapist is psychotherapy. CV as
- Additional features of the profession, as well as the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist and psychotherapist
The nature of the work is mainly indoors, sedentary. A medical contraindication to this profession is: the presence of infectious or mental illness. It is important to understand that a psychologist, unlike a psychotherapist and, especially, a psychiatrist, does not have a medical education and works only with mentally healthy people, carrying out prophylaxis and providing assistance in solving
- The sadness of childhood and its significance for psychiatry
Every year at its annual meeting, the American Psychiatric Association invites a lecturer, usually a non-US psychiatrist, to give a lecture in memory of Adolf Meyer. I was invited on the 6th of 1961 to give a lecture at a meeting held that spring in Chicago. It was published later that year. For half a century or more, a science school existed that believed that
- EMERGENCY CONDITIONS IN PSYCHIATRY AND NARCOLOGY
EMERGENCY CONDITIONS IN PSYCHIATRY AND
- Eric Byrne. Introduction to Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis for the Uninitiated, 1998
- What does it mean to see a psychiatrist?
“Turning to a psychiatrist” means turning to a doctor who specializes in the study of human emotions. A psychiatrist can help a person become happier, work better, and better deal with themselves, surrounding people, and circumstances. A psychoanalyst is a psychiatrist specializing in one type of psychiatric treatment, namely psychoanalysis, the subject of which, as we
A psychiatrist must have a higher medical education, have a specialist certificate. A psychiatrist should possess such qualities as responsibility, emotional stability, endurance, patience, tact, goodwill, have skills in working with people, and know the basics of psychology. The profession of a psychiatrist can be obtained at the Russian State Medical University and at
- Where to go for guidance.
The United States Mental Illness and Mental Health Commission conducted a nationwide study using conventional selective techniques to find out where people go for help about their personal problems. As a result, the following statistics were obtained: to the priest - 42%; to a doctor with general medical training - 29%; to the psychiatrist
- Beyond Science.
In 1922, Freud aroused great interest among his students by publishing an article entitled "Dreams and Telepathy." Currently, mental telepathy is considered by many psychiatrists and psychologists as a legitimate subject of research. Freud was also interested in some aspects of fortune telling. Therefore, the inclusion of a section on these issues in a book on psychiatry and psychoanalysis
Nowadays, a person can ask for help from a variety of specialists whose profession name includes the root "psycho" (Greek "psyche" - soul). What do all these connoisseurs of human souls do? A psychiatrist is the only specialist with a “psycho” root who has the right to make a diagnosis and prescribe medications. In the arsenal of treatment strategies of a psychiatrist is pharmacotherapy (i.e.