THE ESSENTIALS OF PSYCHODERMATOLOGY

THE ESSENTIALS OF PSYCHODERMATOLOGY

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
Materia
Dermatología
ISBN:
978-3-030-45581-1
Páginas:
128
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
34
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

Descuento:

-5%

Antes:

78,00 €

Despues:

74,10 €

Patients with psychocutaneous disease may present to multiple professionals to seek care. The multidimensional nature of the conditions can lead to specialists being fearful of how to properly manage patients. For example, a dermatologist may be unfamiliar and uncomfortable with acquiring sensitive psychosocial information and a psychiatrist may not know management protocols of wound care related to the patient’s condition. With the basic information provided in The Essentials of Psychodermatology, healthcare providers can increase their comfort and become less hesitant when making decisions in determining the proper treatment course and assessing the need for referral.
This book provides vital information for a multidisciplinary audience to spark collaboration, increased awareness, and ultimately, improved patient-care and will find audience with: Healthcare providers from multiple diverse fields such as, but not limited to, family medicine, dermatology, and psychiatry; Physicians, physician’s assistants, nurses, psychologists, and students with exposure to patients with psychocutaneous conditions and/or a special interest in the field; and Professors, educators, and researchers with an interest in psychodermatology or interdisciplinary medicine.

Features
• Provides valuable information to increase confidence in proper, effective management of patients with psychodermatolic conditions
• Serves as a tool for multidisciplinary healthcare providers to assess personal knowledge gaps and develop effective plans for treatment and referral
• Allows for students, residents, and researchers with a special interest in psychocutaneous medicine to build a vital foundation to spark new project creation and increase collaboration