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Book Reviews

Primary Care Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine: Brief Office Treatment and Management Pathways

Kerri Charles, JD

Published: February 1, 2001

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In this era of managed care and fixed consciousness, primarycare physicians have received weakened training in psychiatry.This book demonstrates that psychiatry is a specialty that doesnot stand alone but continues to be intricately involved in allareas of patient care.

An effective collaboration between family medicine andpsychiatry educators and clinicians, this text capably examinesthe nuances of the physician-patient relationship while remainingpractical.

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Volume: 3

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