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Issues in abnormal child psychology. by Davids, Anthony.(SAGE)1647000;
Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects: Child psychiatry;
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The MassGeneral Hospital for Children Adolescent Medicine Handbook. by Goldstein, Mark A.;
Intro -- Preface -- Preface to the First Edition -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Contributors -- Part I: General Adolescent Medicine -- 1: Adolescent Preventive Services -- General Recommendations -- Measurements and Sensory Screens -- Behavioral Assessments -- Physical Exam -- Immunizations -- Laboratory Testing -- Anticipatory Guidance -- Sources -- 2: The Adolescent Patient Interview: Adolescent Confidentiality and Consent -- Adolescent Confidentiality and Consent -- Emancipated Minors -- Mature Minor -- Minors Seeking Services for -- Sources -- 3: Pubertal Development -- Introduction -- Girls (Figs. 3.1 and 3.2) -- Tanner Stage 1 (Prepubertal) -- Tanner Stage 2 -- Tanner Stage 3 -- Tanner Stage 4 -- Tanner Stage 5 -- Other Milestones -- Growth in Girls -- Pearls -- Boys (Fig. 3.3) -- Tanner Stage 1 (Prepubertal) -- Tanner Stage 2 -- Tanner Stage 3 -- Tanner Stage 4 -- Tanner Stage 5 -- Growth in Boys -- Secular Trends in Pubertal Development -- Sources -- 4: Normal Adolescent Development -- Psychosocial Development -- Consequent Behaviors -- Cognitive Development -- Physical Development (Table 4.1) -- Gender and Sexual Identity Development -- Sources -- 5: Male Genitourinary Exam -- Sources -- 6: The Pelvic Examination and Pap Smear in Adolescents and Young Adults -- The Pelvic Examination -- Who Needs a Pelvic Examination? -- How Should One Conduct a Pelvic Examination? -- Special Populations -- Interpretation of Pap Smear Results -- Classification and Interpretation of Pap Smears -- Management of Abnormal Pap Smears: Women Aged 21-29 -- Sources -- 7: Adolescent Dermatology -- Acne -- Tinea Pedis -- Tinea Cruris -- Tinea Versicolor -- Seborrheic Dermatitis -- Pityriasis Rosea -- Sun Protection and Atypical Nevi -- Sources -- 8: Obesity -- Background -- Definition -- Etiology -- Medical Evaluation -- Treatment -- Sources.9: Gastroenterology and Nutrition: Healthy Eating in Adolescence and Nutritional Supplements -- Irritable Bowel Syndrome -- Inflammatory Bowel Disease -- Nutrition/Nutrition Supplements -- Healthy Eating in Adolescence -- Nutritional Supplements: Performance-Enhancing Drugs and Dietary Supplements -- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) -- Diagnostic Criteria (Rome III-Adult) -- Treatment -- Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) -- Common Symptoms -- Sources -- 10: Sports Injuries in the Adolescent -- Shoulder Pain -- Dislocations and Instability -- History -- Clinical Exam -- Imaging -- Treatment -- Little League Shoulder -- History -- Clinical Exam -- Imaging -- Treatment -- Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy -- History -- Clinical Exam -- Imaging -- Treatment -- Elbow Pain -- Little League Elbow -- History -- Clinical Exam -- Imaging -- Treatment -- Knee Pain -- Anterior Knee Pain -- History -- Clinical Exam -- Imaging -- Treatment -- Knee Pain with Effusion -- History -- Clinical Exam -- Imaging -- Treatment -- Shin Pain -- History -- Clinical Exam -- Imaging -- Treatment -- Ankle Pain -- History -- Clinical Exam -- Imaging -- Treatment -- Sport-Related Concussion -- History -- Clinical Exam -- Imaging -- Treatment -- Sources -- 11: Cardiac Issues in Adolescence -- Arrhythmias -- Syncope -- Chest Pain -- Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) -- Structural Heart Disease -- Preparticipation Sports Screening -- Cardiovascular Health -- Sources -- 12: Hypertension in Adolescents -- Introduction -- Diagnosis -- Definition -- Physiology -- Evaluation -- Management -- Non-pharmacologic Therapy -- Pharmacologic Therapy -- Conclusions -- Sources -- 13: Immunizations -- Immunizations -- Sources -- Part II: Sexuality, Gynecology, and Abnormal Growth and Development -- 14: Amenorrhea -- Etiologies -- Evaluation -- Treatment -- Sources -- 15: Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding.Diagnostic Testing -- Management -- Sources -- 16: Basics of Hormonal Contraception -- Initiation of Birth Control -- Medical and Social History -- Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) -- Subdermal Contraceptive Implant -- What Is It? -- Levonorgestrel-Releasing Intrauterine Contraceptive System (LNG IUS) -- What Is It? -- Method of Use -- Timing -- Short-Acting Reversible Contraception -- The Oral Contraceptive Pill -- What Is It? -- Who Should NOT Take Combined Oral Contraceptive Pills (COCPs)? (Absolute Contraindications) -- Other Oral Contraceptives -- Transdermal Contraception -- What Is It? -- Vaginal Ring -- Progestin-Only Injectable Contraception -- When Should It Be Given? -- Emergency Contraception -- What Is It? -- Progestin Only Pills and COCPs -- Side Effects -- Antiprogestins -- Sources -- 17: Adolescent Pregnancy -- Adolescent Sexual Activity -- Contraception -- Adolescent Pregnancy Epidemiology -- Consent and Confidentiality -- Symptoms and Diagnosis -- Prenatal Care -- Prenatal Counseling and Anticipatory Guidance -- Complications -- Mental Health and Intimate Partner Violence -- Follow-Up -- Sources -- 18: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome -- Background -- Clinical Presentation -- Definition -- Etiology -- Evaluation -- Treatment -- Sources -- 19: Breast Disorders in Adolescence -- The Breast Exam -- Self-Exam -- History -- Physical Exam -- Imaging -- Benign Lesions -- Fibrocystic Change -- Cysts -- Inflammatory -- Traumatic -- Fibroadenoma -- Giant Fibroadenoma -- Phyllodes Tumor -- Malignant Lesions -- Accessory Breast Tissue -- Gynecomastia -- Sources -- 20: Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) in Adolescents -- General Information -- Adolescents' Unique Susceptibility to STI -- Biological Factors -- Behavioral Factors -- Cognitive Factors -- Other Factors -- Special Adolescent Populations -- History Taking.Vaccine Preventable STI (Source: CDC) -- Hepatitis A -- Hepatitis B -- Human Papillomavirus Vaccine -- Testing -- HIV -- Syphilis -- Chlamydia -- Gonorrhea -- Sexually Transmitted Infections -- Office Testing -- Sexually Transmitted Infections -- Vaginitis -- Bacterial Vaginosis -- Trichomoniasis -- Vulvovaginal Candidiasis -- Urethritis and Cervicitis -- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) -- Genital Lesions -- Papules -- Molluscum Contagiosum -- Scabies -- Vesicular and/or Ulcerative Lesions -- Genital Herpes -- Syphilis -- Chancroid -- Granuloma Inguinale (Donovanosis) -- Lymphogranuloma Venereum -- Verrucous Lesions -- Genital Warts -- Non Genital Lesions: Ectoparasites -- Pubic Lice -- Scabies (Mites) -- Hepatitis A -- Hepatitis B -- HIV -- Epididymitis -- Sources -- 21: HIV in Adolescents -- Epidemiology -- HIV Testing -- Whom to Test -- Which HIV Tests Are Recommended -- Recommendations -- Symptoms of Early HIV -- Care for HIV-Infected Youth -- Transition of Care for HIV-Infected Youth -- Prevention of HIV -- Preexposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) -- Preexposure Prophylaxis (PrEP): Recommendations for <18 Years Old -- Nonoccupational Postexposure Prophylaxis (nPEP) -- Sources -- 22: Delayed Puberty, Short Stature, and Tall Stature -- Normal Puberty -- Delayed Puberty -- Constitutional Delay -- Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism (or Secondary Hypogonadism) -- Hypergonadotropic Hypogonadism (or Primary Hypogonadism) -- Short Stature -- Idiopathic Short Stature -- Endocrine Causes -- Intrinsic or Skeletal Causes -- Tall Stature -- Sources -- Part III: Mental Health and Transition of Care -- 23: Adolescent Substance Use and Prevention -- Introduction -- Prevalence -- Risk -- Risk Factors (Tables 23.1 and 23.2) -- Screening and Brief Intervention -- Physical Exam and Review of Systems -- Laboratory Testing -- Determining Severity and Referral to Treatment.Licit Drugs -- Tobacco -- Alcohol -- Illicit Drugs -- Marijuana -- Prescription Drugs -- Opiates -- Depressants -- Amphetamines (Speed) -- Cocaine -- Hallucinogens (e.g., LSD, Salvia, Mushrooms, PCP, Ketamine) -- Inhalants -- Club Drugs -- Designer Drugs -- Performance Enhancing Drugs -- Additional Recent Considerations -- E-Cigarettes -- Medical Marijuana -- Useful Clinical Resources -- Sources -- 24: Adolescent Mental Health Disorders -- ADHD -- Prevalence -- Evaluation -- Management -- Depressive Disorders -- Prevalence -- Evaluation -- Management -- Bipolar Disorder -- Anxiety Disorders -- Prevalence -- Evaluation -- Management -- Sources -- 25: Eating Disorders -- Making the Diagnosis -- Diagnostic Criteria -- DSM 5 Criteria for Anorexia Nervosa -- Subtypes -- DSM 5 Criteria for Bulimia Nervosa -- DSM 5 Criteria for Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder -- DSM 5 Criteria for Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder -- Differential Diagnosis and Medical Evaluation -- Management -- Inpatient Management -- Outpatient Management -- Prognosis -- Psychological Treatment Strategies -- Prognosis and Prevention -- Female Athlete Triad -- Sources -- 26: Adolescent Relationship Abuse in Clinical Settings: Opportunities for Prevention and Intervention -- Unique Characteristics of Adolescent Relationship Abuse -- Developmental Considerations -- Teens and Electronic Media -- Role of Adult Caregivers -- Minor Consent Laws and Confidentiality -- Assessment for Relationship Abuse -- Creating a Safe Environment for Possible Disclosure -- Beyond Screening and Disclosure: Universal Education and Brief Counseling -- Collaborative Model for Care -- Sources -- 27: Bullying and Cyberbullying -- Overview and Definition -- Types of Bullying -- Characteristics of Victims and Bullies -- Signs and Symptoms of Bullying -- Consequences of Bullying -- Prevention.Screening for Bullying.Adolescent Medicine offers a definitive, practical guide for the optimal clinical care of adolescents. The text comprises of user-friendly diagrams, charts and pathways, and covers the most appropriate approaches, diagnostic evaluation and best treatments for adolescent patients.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Child Psychology and Psychiatry : Frameworks for Clinical Training and Practice. by Skuse, David.(SAGE)953991; Bruce, Helen.; Dowdney, Linda.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Section 1: Developing Competencies 1a: Contextual Influences Upon Social and Emotional Development -- Chapter 1: Family and Systemic Influences -- Family Relationships and Parenting -- Parent and Family Characteristics -- Sibling Relationships -- Changing Family Patterns -- Parental Separation and Divorce -- Childcare and Schooling -- Wider Social and Environmental Influences -- Poverty and social disadvantage -- Neighbourhood and Community Contexts -- Multiple Stressors -- References -- Chapter 2: Child Development and Cultural Considerations in Clinical Practice -- Introduction -- Developmental Niche and Eco-Cultural Pathways -- Childhood and Parenting Across Cultures -- Infancy -- Developmental stages -- Attachment -- Parental Involvement in Play and Learning -- Middle Childhood -- Adolescence -- Culture and Disability -- Ethnicity and Mental Health -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: Neurobehavioural Development in Infancy: the Buffering and Transducing Role of the Mother/ Caretaker-Infant Dyad -- Introduction -- Infant Neurobehavioural Capacities -- Culture -- Mutual Regulation and Buffer-Transducer Models -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Genetic and Biological Influences -- Introduction -- How Many Genes Are There? -- Sources of Genomic Variation -- Mechanisms of Genomic Regulation -- Mechanisms Influencing Neurodevelopmental Integrity -- Measuring Genetic Susceptibility to Psychiatric Disorders -- Gene-environment interactions -- Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS) -- Epigenetic Variation -- Future of Psychiatric Genetics: Precision Medicine -- Conclusions -- References -- Section 1: Developing Competencies 1b: General Patterns of Development -- Chapter 5: Clinical Evaluation of Development from Birth to 5 Years.Child Development and Neurodevelopmental Disorders -- History-Taking -- Observation and Interactive Assessment -- Developmental Domains -- Gross Motor -- Visual Behaviour, Eye-Hand Coordination and Problem-Solving -- Early Visual Behaviour -- Eye-Hand Co-Ordination -- Object Concepts and Relationships -- Imitating and Copying Cube Models -- Drawing -- Language and Communication -- Play and Social Behaviour -- Development of Attention -- Cognitive Development -- Clinical Decision-Making and Severity of Developmental Delay -- Physical Examination -- Planning Medical Investigations and Making Diagnosis -- Further Reading -- Chapter 6: Emotional Development in the First Year of Life -- Introduction -- Infant Emotional Expression -- The Development of Infant Emotional Expressions -- Crying -- Smiling or Joy -- Surprise, Anger and Sadness -- Fear -- Infant Detection of the Emotional Expressions of Others -- The Interactive Context -- References -- Chapter 7: Young People with Learning Disabilities -- Introduction -- The Changing Context -- Human Rights, Equity of Access to Services and Social Inclusion -- Assessment and Intervention -- Quality of Life, Developmental and Mental Health Factors -- Child and Family Factors -- Educational and Service Influences -- Types of Intervention -- The Development of Services -- Conclusion -- References -- Internet Resources -- Chapter 8: Language Development -- Processes and Components of Language Development -- Milestones of Speech and Language Development -- Developmental Phases -- Atypical Language Development -- Future Directions -- References -- Internet Resources -- Chapter 9: Development of Social Cognition -- Early Social Cognition -- Social Cognition in Preschool and Beyond -- Individual Differences in Social Cognition - Implications for Children's Social Lives.Individual Differences in Social Cognition - Where Do They Come From? -- References -- Chapter 10: Social and Emotional Development in Middle Childhood -- Introduction -- The Preschool Years -- Middle Childhood -- Adolescence -- Factors Contributing to SED -- Positive SED -- Problematic SED -- Consequences of SED Problems in Middle Childhood -- Addressing SED Problems -- References -- Chapter 11: Social-Cognitive Development During Adolescence -- Humans Are Exquisitely Social -- The Social Brain -- Development of Mentalizing During Adolescence -- Online Mentalizing Usage is Still Developing in Mid-Adolescence -- References -- Section 2: Promoting Well-being -- Chapter 12: Attachment in the Early Years: Theory, Research and Clinical Implications -- What is Attachment? -- Attachment Variations and Their Measurement -- Causes of Variation in Attachment -- Attachment Disorders -- Consequences of Variations in Attachment -- Interventions -- Preventive Interventions -- Interventions with Fostered and Adopted Children -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 13: Promoting Infant Mental Health -- Why the Early Years Matter -- Pregnancy and the Perinatal Period -- Intervention -- Antenatal and Postnatal Interventions -- Intervention During Early Childhood -- The Need for Supportive Services -- Primary Health Care Services -- The Role of Child Mental Health Services -- References -- Chapter 14: Promoting Children's Well-Being: The Prevention of Depression and Anxiety -- Prevention -- School-Based Prevention -- Depression Prevention Programmes -- Anxiety Prevention Programmes -- Future Developments and Challenges -- References -- Chapter 15: Fostering Resilience in Adolescents -- Introduction -- What Do We Mean by Resilience? -- Agency in Resilience -- Mobilizing Social Networks to Foster Coping and Resilience -- Implications for Policy and Practice.Mobilizing Resilience: An Illustrative Example -- Summary of the Project -- Implementing the Project -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 16: Sexual Orientation, Sexual Health and Gender Dysphoria -- Introduction -- Sexual Orientation -- Defining Sexual Orientation and Its Importance in Clinical Evaluation -- An Overview of  the Literature Relating Sexual Orientation and Mental Health -- Understanding the Associations Between Sexual Orientation and Mental Health -- Intervening to Prevent Adverse Mental Health Outcomes -- Sexual Health -- The Influence of Mental Health on Sexual Behaviour -- The Influence of Mental Health Treatment on Sexual Behaviour -- Clinical Implications -- Gender Dysphoria -- Diagnostic Issues -- Epidemiology -- Aetiology -- Clinical Management in Childhood -- Clinical Management in Adolescence -- Non-specialist care -- Specialist Care -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 17: Child Users of Online and Mobile Technologies - Risks, Harms and Intervention -- Aggressive Risks: Cyber-Aggression and Cyberbullying -- Sexual Risks: Pornography, Sexting, Stranger Danger -- Trends Over Time -- The Harm Associated with Mobile and Online Risk -- Aggressive Risks and Harm -- Sexual Risks and Harm -- Factors that Increase Risk of Harm or Protect Against Them -- Interventions -- Challenges to Research -- Policy Implications -- References -- Internet Resources -- Section 3: The Impact of Trauma, Loss and Maltreatment 3a: Trauma and Loss -- Chapter 18: Children Bereaved by Parent or Sibling Death -- Children's Understanding of Death -- How Children Express Grief -- Early Childhood -- Middle Childhood -- Adolescence -- Resilience and Positive Outcomes in Bereaved Children -- Psychopathology in Bereaved Children -- Prolonged Complex Bereavement -- Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis (HPA) Dysregulation -- What Influences Child Outcome?.Interventions with Bereaved Children -- Theoretical and Cultural influences -- What Do Bereaved Children Need? -- What is Helpful for Parents? -- Services for Bereaved Children -- The Role of Professionals -- Conclusions -- References -- Internet Resources -- For Families -- Resources for Schools and Teachers -- Advice on Different Faith and Belief Communities -- Chapter 19: Stress and Reactions to Stress in Children -- Reactions -- Cognitive Model of PTSD -- Evidence-Based Interventions -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 20: Children's Developing Sense of Moral Agency, and the Disruptions Associated with War Exposure -- The Development of Moral Agency -- Challenges Posed by Exposure to War -- Numb Agency -- Imbalanced Agency -- Essentialized Agency -- Conclusions -- References -- Section 3: The Impact of Trauma, Loss and Maltreatment 3b: Maltreatment -- Chapter 21: Child Maltreatment -- Introduction -- The Nature of Maltreatment -- Epidemiology -- Social and Family Factors -- The Harm to the Child -- Psychosocial Development -- Educational Progress and Employment -- Recognition of Maltreatment and Assessment of Harm and Need -- Professional Response to Child Maltreatment -- Treatment and Future Prevention -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 22: The Neuroscience and Genetics of Childhood Maltreatment -- The Impact of Maltreatment on Brain Development -- Structural Differences -- Subcortical Structures: The Hippocampus and Amygdala -- Cortical Structures: The Prefrontal Cortex and Cerebellum -- Corpus Callosum and Other White Matter Tracts -- Functional Differences -- FMRI Studies -- Event-Related Potential (ERP) Studies -- The Role of Genetic Influences -- Clinical Implications -- References -- Section 4: Atypical Development in Children and Adolescents -- Chapter 23: Autism Spectrum Disorder - An Evolving Construct.The Dimensionality of ASD.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child psychiatry;
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Abnormal Child Psychology. by Mash, Eric J.; Wolfe, David A.(David Allen),1951-;
Includes Study resources, glossary, references, name and subject indexes.
Subjects: Child psychopathology.; Child psychiatry.;
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Psychotherapy with children : the living relationship / by Moustakas, Clark E.(SAGE)1635995;
Subjects: Child psychiatry;
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Child and Adolescent Mental Health Today [electronic resource] : A Handbook by Jackson, Catherine.; Hill, Kathryn.; Lavis, Paula.;
""Child and adolescent mental health today: a handbook""; ""Contents""; ""Foreword""; ""Contributors""; ""Introduction""; ""Part I: Mental health, policies and service structures""; ""What is mental health?""; ""Child and adolescent mental health service (CAMHS) structures and policy""; ""Working together for children�s mental health""; ""Delivering accessible and culturally competent services""; ""Part II: Infant and maternal mental health""; ""Attachment and infant development""; ""Supporting parenting during infancy""; ""Part III: Children�s mental health""""Risk and resilience in childhood""""Mental health promotion in primary schools""; ""The mental health needs of looked after children""; ""The mental health of children with learning disabilities""; ""Part IV: Adolescent mental health""; ""Resilience and risk in children and young people""; ""Stressed out and struggling: making the transition from child to adult""; ""Listen Up! young people�s participation in service design and delivery""; ""Taking a whole school approach to promoting mental health""; ""The mental health needs of young offenders""; ""Part V: Diagnoses and treatments""""Depression and bipolar disorder""""Early intervention in psychosis for children and adolescents""; ""Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder""; ""Attitudes matter: working with children and young people who self-harm""; ""Eating disorders""; ""Index""
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child development; Child mental health; Child psychiatry;
© 2014., Pavilion Publishing,
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Emergencies in Children's and Young People's Nursing [electronic resource]. by Glasper, Edward Alan.(SAGE)1874057; McEwing, Gillian.; Richardson, Jim(SAGE)1655615;
Cover; Contents; List of Contributors; 1 Principles of care; Children's rights; Consent to treatment in children and young people; Communicating with a child in preparation for an emergency procedure; Preserving autonomy and respect; Health care policy standards for children's emergency care; Communication through play; Breaking significant news during an emergency; Writing patient information leaflets for families discharged from emergency environments; Family-centred care; Emergency care of children: abiding by the NMC Code; Record keeping; Interprofessional workingSafeguarding children: information sharingIdentifying abuse and mistreatment in emergency care; Sexual abuse; Transport and transfer of the sick or injured child; Safe discharge of children from the emergency department; Observational assessment; Safeguarding children; Paediatric physiology; Medicine administration; Managing aggressive situations; Clinical holding; Performing an emergency X-ray on a child; 2 Critical events; Recognition of the sick child; Recognizing a seriously ill child; Reasons why children arrest; Paediatric basic life support (BLS); Paediatric advanced life support (ALS)Newborn life support (NLS)Witnessed resuscitation; Withholding and withdrawing curative treatment; Post mortem examination and organ donation; Last offices; Post-bereavement care; Apnoea/apparent life threatening event (ALTE); Sudden unexplained death in infancy (SUDI); Unexpected death; Multiple trauma; Infectious disease outbreaks; 3 Neurological problems; Unconsciousness; Meningitis; Encephalitis; Poisoning; Role of the National Poisons Centres; Epilepsy; Febrile convulsion; Head injury in children; Trauma induced raised intracranial pressure; Raised intracranial pressure (nontraumatic)Encephalopathy4 Respiratory problems; Recognizing respiratory distress; Acute epiglottitis; Management of pneumonia; Bronchiolitis; Croup; Pertussis (whooping cough); Anaphylaxis and angio-oedema; Acute asthma; Management of fractured ribs; Management of pneumothorax; Management of haemothorax; Thoracic trauma; Thoracic cardiovascular injury; Choking; Management of drowning in children; 5 Circulatory problems; Shock; Fluid and electrolyte balance; Haemorrhage; Managing the child or young person with toxic shock syndrome; Meningococcal diseaseCardiac tamponade and pulseless electrical activity (PEA)Management of electrocution in children; Gunshot injuries; Knife injuries; 6 Gastrointestinal problems; Damage from ingestion; Abdominal pain; Management of intussusception; Appendicitis; Gastroenteritis; Abdominal trauma; 7 Skin and connective tissue problems; Gluing wounds; Facial lacerations; Lacerations, cuts and contusions; Cellulitis; Impetigo; Management of eczema herpeticum (Kaposi varicelliform) in children; Emergency management of burns and scalds; Snake bites; Animal bites; Suturing wounds; 8 Musculoskeletal problemsOverview of fractures and dislocationsThis book is a survival guide for all nurses who provide emergency care to children and young people. It helps those nurses who are at the front-line of care to quickly assess the level of emergency and plan the initial management. The consistent layout and the note-style format allows them to find and take in information quickly, whilst on the ward. Written by nurses, for nurses, this quick-reference book contains the most important information nurses need to know when caring forchildren and young people.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child Psychiatry -- collected works.; Child psychiatry; Crisis intervention (Psychiatry).;
© 2011., Oxford University Press,
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Evaluation of Parenting Capacity in Child Protection. by Budd, Karen S.; Connell, Mary.; Clark, Jennifer R.;
Contents -- FOUNDATION -- Chapter 1 The Legal Context -- Chapter 2 Forensic Mental Health Concepts -- Chapter 3 Empirical Foundations and Limits -- APPLICATION -- Chapter 4 Preparation for the Evaluation -- Chapter 5 Data Collection -- Chapter 6 Interpretation -- Chapter 7 Report Writing and Testimony -- References -- Tests and Specialized Tools -- Case Law and Statutes -- Key Terms -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- About the Authors.This book addresses evaluations for child protection, one of the most delicate legal arenas in which forensic mental examiners play a part. The evaluations are highly specialized, requiring child clinical specialization, a knowledge of the legal and social context, and a thorough understanding of the professional and ethical guidelines for child protection evaluations. This volume provides that context, and presents established empirical foundations from the behavioral, social, and medical sciences. Finally, the book provides a detailed "how-to" for practitioners, including information on data collection, interpretation, report writing and expert testimony.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child welfare; Forensic psychiatry;
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Manual for Short-term Psychoanalytic Child Therapy (PaCT) [electronic resource]. by Gottken, Tanja.; von Klitzing, Kai.;
COVER; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; ABOUT THE AUTHORS; Introduction; PART I THEORETICAL BACKGROUND; CHAPTER ONE Emotional symptoms and affective disorders in childhood: epidemiology, aetiopathogenesis, diagnosis, and indications; CHAPTER TWO Classical psychoanalytical concepts; CHAPTER THREE More recent psychoanalytical and psychological development concepts; PART II TREATMENT MANUAL: THE THERAPEUTIC CONCEPT OF PaCT; Introductory overview of Part II; CHAPTER FOUR When to refer for PaCT; CHAPTER FIVE Before therapy begins; CHAPTER SIX The treatment techniqueCHAPTER SEVEN The therapeutic phases of PaCTCHAPTER EIGHT Summary: therapeutic process of PaCT; CHAPTER NINE Prerequisites for the therapist; CHAPTER TEN Limitations of a short-term psychotherapeutic approach; CHAPTER ELEVEN Risks and side effects of PaCT; PART III CASE STUDIES; CHAPTER TWELVE Case study 1: Julian, six years old; CHAPTER THIRTEEN Case study 2: Sophie, five years old; CHAPTER FOURTEEN Case study 3: Elisabeth, six years old; NOTES; REFERENCES; INDEXBrief Psychoanalytic Child Therapy (PaCT) comprises 20-25 psychotherapeutic sessions conducted in alternating settings (parent-child together, child and parent, individually). During these sessions, therapist, parent, and child seek to identify and modify the core conflictual theme underlying the relationship, which we term the ""Triangle of Psychodynamic constellations"" (ToP).Despite the challenges of manualizing psychodynamic treatments without purging them of their complexity, we have sought to create PaCT in manual form. We thus hope to ease the application and accessibility of psychonana
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child analysis; Child psychiatry; Psychoanalytic therapy.; Psychotherapy,.;
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Psychopharmacology and Child Psychiatry Review [electronic resource] : With 1200 Board-Style Questions. by Thomas, Prakash.; Poncin, Yann.;
Cover; Contents; Test 1: Questions; Test 1: Answers; Test 2: Questions; Test 2: Answers; Test 3: Questions; Test 3: Answers; Test 4: Questions; Test 4: Answers; Test 5: Questions; Test 5: Answers; Test 6: Questions; Test 6: Answers; IndexPsychopharmacology and Child Psychiatry Review: With 1200 Board-Style Questions utilized the numerous topics in child and adolescent psychiatry and psychopharmacology as present in Pediatric Psychopharmacology: Principles and Practice, Second Edition (Martin et al), distilling the most relevant questions (and answers) for the forthcoming boards. In very clear, yet challenging questions, this book will focus your knowledge on key topics in psychiatry and psychopharmacology. The question-answer format is a learning style that highlights strengths and weaknesses and mimics the Boards, giving you
Subjects: Electronic books.; Mental Disorders -- Drug therapy -- Problems, exercises, etc.; Mental Disorders -- Drug therapy.; Mental Disorders -- in infancy & childhood -- Problems, exercises, etc.; Mental Disorders -- in infancy & childhood.; Pediatric psychopharmacology -- Problems, exercises, etc.; Pediatric psychopharmacology;
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