Research and Markets: How to Succeed in Psychiatry: A Guide to Training and Practice

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/m2ch5q/how_to_succeed_in)

has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd’s new book “How to

Succeed in Psychiatry: A Guide to Training and Practice” to their

offering.

Aimed at recently qualified psychiatrists or those looking to qualify

soon, How to Succeed in Psychiatry is not a source of clinical

information but a survival guide to help you through the first years

practising psychiatry. This book covers the topics you won’t find in

standard textbooks. It deals with daily problems and practical solutions

for young psychiatrists. Psychiatric training is less team based than

other specialties, so there is less opportunity for learning from

colleagues than one would expect: this book helps to fill that gap.

The book opens with an overview of psychiatry training, describing the

similarities and differences among various countries. Subsequent

chapters address the opportunities for research and how to publish the

results. Psychotherapy and community psychiatry each merit their own

chapter on training.

Next, the book guides you through the transition phase into a job,

discussing opportunities in both the public and private sectors and

considering how to choose the best career for you. It reviews important

general considerations, such as ethics, professionalism, leadership and

management, how to avoid stress and burn out, and how to liaise with

other specialties. The book closes with an account of the role of

psychiatry associations and continuing professional development.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Training in psychiatry today: European and US perspectives

2 How to start a research career in psychiatry

3 Publications in psychiatry: how to do and what to do

4 Training in psychotherapy: where are we now?

5 Training in community psychiatry

6 Why, what and how should early career psychiatrists learn about

phenomenological psychopathology?

7 The psychiatrist in the digital era: new opportunities and new

challenges for early career psychiatrists

8 Portrayals of mental illness in different cultures: influence on

training

9 Recruitment of medical students into psychiatry

10 Not quite there yet? The transition from psychiatric training to

practice as a psychiatric specialist

11 When things go wrong: errors, negligence, misconduct, complaints and

litigation

12 New ways of working: innovative cross-sector care in a competitive

mental health environment

13 Choosing a career in psychiatry and setting priorities

14 How to collaborate with other specialties

15 Where they need us. . . Opportunities for young psychiatrists to help

in developing countries

16 Professional responsibility in mental health: what early career

psychiatrists really need to know

17 The role of ethics in psychiatric training and practice

18 Coercive measures and involuntary hospital admissions in psychiatry

19 Mental health problems of early career psychiatrists: from diagnosis

to treatment strategies

20 Leadership, management and administrative issues for early career

psychiatrists

21 Why should I pay for it? The importance of being members of

psychiatric associations

Author

Dr. Andrea Fiorillo obtained his MD at the University of Naples with

honours in 1997. He undertook his post-graduate training in psychiatry

at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Naples SUN and obtained

his PhD in Behavioural Sciences in 2004.

Dr Iris Calliess started her training in psychiatry in Switzerland and

continued at the Freud-Institute in Frankfurt, Germany and in Berlin.

Professor Henning Sass is currently Medical director and chairman of the

Board of the University Hospital of the University of Technology, RWTH

Aachen, Germany.

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