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Comorbidity of mental and physical disorders

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volume editors, Norman Sartorius, Richard I.G. Holt, Mario Maj. --Basel, Switzerland: Karger , c2015.
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Sartorius, N
Holt, Richard I. G
Maj, Mario
Responsibility
volume editors, Norman Sartorius, Richard I.G. Holt, Mario Maj
Place of Publication
Basel, Switzerland
Publisher
Karger
Date of Publication
c2015
Physical Description
1 online resource (xii, 188 p.)
Series Vol.
179
Series Title
Key issues in mental health
ISBN
9783318026047
Subjects (MeSH)
Comorbidity
Mental Disorders - etiology
Disease - psychology
Syndrome
Subjects (LCSH)
Comorbidity
Mental illness - Etiology
Disease management
Syndrome
Notes
Formerly published as ‘Bibliotheca Psychiatrica‘ (founded 1917)
Contents
Conceptual perspectives on the co-occurrence of mental and physical disease : diabetes and depression as a model -- Public health perspectives on the co-occurrence of non-communicable diseases and common mental disorders -- Counting all the costs : the economic impact of co-morbidity -- Difficulties facing the provision of care for multimorbidity in low-income countries -- Depression, diabetes and dementia -- Cardiovascular disease and severe mental illness -- Multiple comorbidities in people with eating disorders -- Anxiety and related disorders and physical illness -- Cancer and mental illness -- Infectious diseases and mental health -- Physical diseases and addictive disorders : associations and implications -- The role of general practitioners and family physicians in the management of multimorbidity -- Training physicians at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels about co-morbidity -- The dialogue on diabetes and depression African nursing training programme : a collaborative training initiative to improve the recognition and management of diabetes and depression in Sub-Saharan Africa -- The challenge of developing person-centred services to manage co-morbid mental and physical illness -- Prevention of comorbid mental and physical disorders.
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e-Book
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