psychiatrist


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psychiatrist

[sə′kī·ə·trəst]
(medicine)
A person who specializes in psychiatry; a licensed physician trained in psychiatry.
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One of the latest efforts is a book, a collection of assessments by 27 psychiatrists and mental health providers, called (https://www.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists says the lack of such professionals, who are the most senior NHS doctors working in mental health, could have "devastating and sometimes fatal consequences".
The second part of this series will address when to visit a psychiatrist and spend money on your psychiatric health.
There was significant difference between patients in different age groups in terms of their answers to the question "How much do you trust the psychiatrist in the picture for treatment?
Believe it or not, psychiatrists often struggle with a similar dilemma.
Rx Train more psychiatric nurse practitioners because it is going to be impossible to provide a sufficient number of psychiatrists for at least the next decade even if all the actions I've listed are implemented.
If psychiatrists in South Africa do want to be part of the solution rather than part of the problem, there are two critical questions that need to be addressed:
By this point, of course, Nat is beginning to think he can use some peer support himself, since his role as a psychiatrist seems to become more ambiguous all the time
The hospital was providing the service of a psychiatrist from Al Amal Hospital in Dubai two days a week.
With only 14 psychiatrists remaining--most of them part-time--the psychiatrist fears the area health service won't be able to replace them because of its fast deteriorating reputation with the psychiatric profession.
A discharge plan formulated by the psychiatrist included: (1) a follow-up appointment with her therapist at a mental health center the next morning, (2) arrangements for daily visits by a home-health psychiatric nurse, and (3) help from her cousin in monitoring medication compliance.
Every psychiatrist, and there were tens of thousands, received a mailing urging them to support the change that purported to come from the APA, but was in fact financed by the National Gay Task Force.