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Veterans Psychiatric Due Process Rights By Journalist Gary L. Koniz
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(2) Administration of psychotropic medication to an involuntarily committed patient against his or her will must meet the following requirements. The patient or surrogate must be allowed to consult... More > with independent specialists, legal counsel or other interested parties concerning the treatment with psychotropic medication. Any recommendation to administer or continue medication against the patient's or surrogate's will must be reviewed by a multi-disciplinary committee appointed by the facility Director for this purpose. This committee must include a psychiatrist or a physician who has psychopharmacology privileges. The facility Director must concur with the committee's recommendation to administer psychotropic medications contrary to the patient's or surrogate's wishes. Continued therapy with psychotropic medication must be reviewed every 30 days. The patient (or a representative on the patient's behalf) may appeal the treatment decision to a court of appropriate jurisdiction.< Less
Career Success Secrets for PSYCHIATRIC TECHNICIANS By Imtiaz Syed
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Psychiatric Technicians Care for mentally impaired or emotionally disturbed individuals, following physician instructions and hospital procedures. Monitor patients' physical and emotional well-being... More > and report to medical staff. May participate in rehabilitation and treatment programs, help with personal hygiene, and administer oral medications and hypodermic injections. Sample of reported job titles: Psychiatric Technician, Mental Health Assistant (MHA), Mental Health Technician (MHT), Health Care Technician, Mental Health Worker< Less
Career Success Secrets for PSYCHIATRIC AIDES By Imtiaz Syed
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Psychiatric Aides Assist mentally impaired or emotionally disturbed patients, working under direction of nursing and medical staff. Sample of reported job titles: Residential Counselor, Mental Health... More > Worker, Therapeutic Program Worker (TPW), Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Mental Health Technician, Nursing Assistant, Developmental Aide, Psychiatric Aide, Psychiatric Nursing Aide< Less
Training Your Own Psychiatric Service Dog By Katie Gonzalez, CDT
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This book covers everything you will need to know from selecting a dog for the type of assistance you need, to training advanced obedience for public access, and life-changing assistance tasks to... More > help you with day-to-day life. Service Dog training varies greatly from pet dog training with differences in potty training, controlled loading and unloading out of vehicles and public transportation, training to stay under restaurant tables and under chairs to stay out of aisle ways in public, and how to behave around people and other dogs while working as a service dog in the public setting. Specialized tasks include teaching your dog public access skills, assistance with crowd control, deep pressure therapy, medical alert for panick/anxiety attacks or flashbacks, searching for lost items, going around corners in advance of you, bracing, checking your house for intruders, as well as advanced service dog obedience. Service dog etiquette, management, and laws are discussed.< Less
Psychiatry Notes for Medical Students By J.R. Phillip, MD, PhD
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A Review of the Psychiatric Conditions Most Commonly Tested On the USMLE. A Must-Have for Every Medical Student!
Side by Side Medical Translations By Jason Taylor
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Side by Side Translations books aim to help health workers and/or interpreters work with patients who do not speak English in elaborating their medical (or psychiatric) histories. Histories may be... More > taken with or without a medical or nursing presence. Alternatively information may be gathered from patients or relatives when no translator or interpreter is present or available. Whilst facilities of this nature are not a substitute for well trained medical interpreters (who will not only interpret but aim to establish a rapport with the patient and may provide support, reassurance and a vital point of contact), they can nevertheless be of great value in elucidating helpful and occasionally life saving information. The translations in this book have been undertaken either by experienced medical translators or by doctors in their native language. Purchasers may photocopy relevant pages from the book to utilise the side by side translations.< Less
Side by Side Medical Translations By Jason Taylor
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Side by Side Translations books aim to help health workers and/or interpreters work with patients who do not speak English in elaborating their medical (or psychiatric) histories. Histories may be... More > taken with or without a medical or nursing presence. Alternatively information may be gathered from patients or relatives when no translator or interpreter is present or available. Whilst facilities of this nature are not a substitute for well trained medical interpreters (who will not only interpret but aim to establish a rapport with the patient and may provide support, reassurance and a vital point of contact), they can nevertheless be of great value in elucidating helpful and occasionally life saving information. The translations in this book have been undertaken either by experienced medical translators or by doctors in their native language. Purchasers may photocopy relevant pages from the book to utilise the side by side translations.< Less
Complete Medical Guide for Disease Volume XI; Fibromyalgia By Medical Professionals, National Institute of Health
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Fibromyalgia (FM or FMS) is a medical disorder characterized by chronic widespread pain and allodynia, a heightened and painful response to pressure. Fibromyalgia symptoms are not restricted to pain,... More > leading to the use of the alternative term fibromyalgia syndrome for the condition. Other symptoms include debilitating fatigue, sleep disturbance, and joint stiffness. Some patients may also report difficulty with swallowing, bowel and bladder abnormalities, numbness and tingling, and cognitive dysfunction. Fibromyalgia is frequently comorbid with psychiatric conditions such as depression and anxiety and stress-related disorders such as posttraumatic stress disorder. Not all people with fibromyalgia experience all associated symptoms. Fibromyalgia is estimated to affect 2–4% of the population, with a female to male incidence ratio of approximately 9:1.< Less
Invisible Eugenics: How the Medical System and Public Schools are Killing Your Children By Mark M. Rich
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Wealthy eugenicists have launched a covert eugenics program to reduce the population. They are attacking citizens with chemical weapons disguised as medicine. These weapons slowly inflict many... More > devastating medical conditions. The victims suffer a reduced lifespan and are removed from the breeding pool. They have established complete control of the public schools which have been transformed into eugenic laboratories. These laboratories are used to identify and destroy any positive values that might foster individual development and to identify those to be attacked. The teachers and doctors are on the frontline working together to identify the resisters, who are attacked for life with with chemical weapons, under the guise of medical treatment. There is a highly coordinated worldwide coverup of the deaths and injuries caused by these weapons. This population control agenda can be traced back to the late 1800s, when they vowed to eliminate certain bloodlines in order to purify the human race.< Less
Invisible Eugenics: How the Medical System and Public Schools Are Killing Your Children By Mark M. Rich
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Wealthy eugenicist-psychopaths have launched a covert eugenics program to reduce the population. They are attacking citizens with chemical weapons disguised as medicine, which slowly inflict many... More > devastating medical conditions. The victims suffer a reduced lifespan and are removed from the breeding pool. They have established complete control of the public schools which have been transformed into eugenic laboratories. These laboratories are used to identify and destroy any positive values that might foster individual development and to identify those to be attacked. The teachers and doctors are on the frontline working together to identify the resisters who are attacked for life with chemical weapons under the guise of medical treatment. There is a highly coordinated worldwide coverup of the deaths and injuries caused by these weapons. This population control agenda can be traced back to the late 1800s, when they vowed to eliminate certain bloodlines to purify the human race. [6x9 paperback has 458 pages]< Less