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Book Reviews

Bipolar Disorders: Clinical Course and Outcome

C. V. Haldipur, M.D.

Published: November 30, 1999

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Like its predecessor, The Fifteen Minute Hour, 2nd edition, is essential reading and an invaluable tool for all family practice physicians. During this time when our evolving health care delivery is shaped by ever expanding general medical knowledge and technology, limitations of financial resources, and relative increase in chronic illnesses, comprehensive primary healthcare may be provided only by incorporating strategies for addressing the psychosocial and biological ailments of our patients. The text outlines the systematic means for integration of psychosocial patient assessment into routine patient care in a format that is well organized and easy to assimilate.


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