Psychiatry Practice

Psychiatric practice is apparent diversity of psychiatrist’s theories, procedures, and goals. Psychiatry practice includes Research, Diagnosis, Patient Care Issues Professional, Cultural competency Issues and Quality improvement along with Legal Issues and Risk Management. Psychiatrists can be leaders at many levels ranging from frontline clinicians who deliver excellent services, Psychiatrists have a unique understanding of and expertise in mental healthcare needs challenges and provision. They can set standards, inspire and promote values and vision and use their training, clinical experience and skills to ensure that the needs of patients. They understand how patients experience mental healthcare and how the processes and systems for delivering this can be improved.

This introduces key perspectives, theories, and practices in psychiatry including the recovery paradigm, clinical supervision, Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) and management of psychiatric emergencies. Begin to situate theoretical knowledge within a historical and ethical context to develop clinical skills to work within today’s culturally diverse communities. Social psychiatry, gaining an understanding of the social dimensions of mental health including working with families, consumers and carers within the community as well as non-government and civil organisations. This unit introduces critical appraisal and exam preparation skills, together with classification systems in psychiatry.

  • Psychiatrists Insights
  • Psychiatric Services
  • Psychiatrist and a Psychologist
  • Psychotherapy

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