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Book Reviews

Clinical Geriatric Psychopharmacology, 4th ed

James M. Ellison, MD, MPH

Published: June 15, 2005

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Beginning with a slim volume of expert advice first publishedin 1984, Carl Salzman and the contributors have establishedClinical Geriatric Psychopharmacology as the mostcomprehensive and definitive textbook available on this topic.This latest revision and expansion updates the 1998 third editionwith valuable new material for both clinicians and researchers.No general textbook on geriatric psychiatry canapproach the depth of this book’s discussions of psychopharmacologictreatment, and no other currently available psychopharmacologytextbook discusses the treatment of geriatric patientswith comparable range and authority.’ ‹


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