Cross-Cultural Issues in GP Psychiatry

Litza Anthoula Kiropoulos, Steven Klimidis, Grant Andrew Blashki

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Abstract

General Practice Psychiatry is compiled by a combination of practitioners and academics working in general/family practice, psychiatry and psychology. As General or Family Practitioners (GPs) are often the first contact for clients with mental health issues, this book focuses on higher prevalence disorders and common problems that GPs may encounter, and offers a systematic, highly practical, problem-based approach to their diagnosis and treatment. General Practice Psychiatry also offers current guidelines on pharmacotherapies regularly used in the treatment of such psychiatric disorders and illnesses.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGeneral Practice Psychiatry
EditorsGrant Blashki, Fiona Judd, Leon Piterman
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherMcGraw-Hill Education
Pages57 - 71
Number of pages15
Edition1st
ISBN (Print)9780074713518
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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Kiropoulos, L. A., Klimidis, S., & Blashki, G. A. (2007). Cross-Cultural Issues in GP Psychiatry. In G. Blashki, F. Judd, & L. Piterman (Eds.), General Practice Psychiatry (1st ed., pp. 57 - 71). Australia: McGraw-Hill Education.
Kiropoulos, Litza Anthoula ; Klimidis, Steven ; Blashki, Grant Andrew. / Cross-Cultural Issues in GP Psychiatry. General Practice Psychiatry. editor / Grant Blashki ; Fiona Judd ; Leon Piterman. 1st. ed. Australia : McGraw-Hill Education, 2007. pp. 57 - 71
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Cross-Cultural Issues in GP Psychiatry. / Kiropoulos, Litza Anthoula; Klimidis, Steven; Blashki, Grant Andrew.

General Practice Psychiatry. ed. / Grant Blashki; Fiona Judd; Leon Piterman. 1st. ed. Australia : McGraw-Hill Education, 2007. p. 57 - 71.

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Kiropoulos LA, Klimidis S, Blashki GA. Cross-Cultural Issues in GP Psychiatry. In Blashki G, Judd F, Piterman L, editors, General Practice Psychiatry. 1st ed. Australia: McGraw-Hill Education. 2007. p. 57 - 71