The AMDP System: Manual for Documentation in Psychiatry (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Tyska
Antal sidor
198
Utgivningsdatum
2017-10-23
Upplaga
9 Revised edition
Förlag
Hogrefe Publishing
Originalspråk
German
Medarbetare
Broome, Matthew (ed.), Bottlender, Ronald (ed.), Rösler, Michael (ed.), Stieglitz, Rolf-Dieter (ed.)
Dimensioner
184 x 120 x 12 mm
Vikt
294 g
Komponenter
GEKL
ISBN
9780889375420

The AMDP System: Manual for Documentation in Psychiatry

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Now in its 9th edition, the AMDP System is a widely used tool for documenting psychiatric findings in clinical and research projects. It is not only an essential part of many internal clinical documentation systems, but it is also a valuable instrument for training the identification of psychopathological symptoms. This new edition, now in English, involved the complete revision of the psychopathology and somatic symptom items, with particular attention to the elimination of ambiguities and inconsistencies, to the precision of definitions, to the exact differentiation of the self and other ratings, as well as to the user friendliness of the system. Taking account of developments in recent years in the description and rating of psychopathological symptoms, this latest edition of the AMDP System has been extended by an additional eleven psychopathological and three somatic symptoms and a new section on syndrome formation in the appendix. This clearly structured manual enables the standardized application of the system, making it an invaluable tool in the training of medical and psychology students and an essential reference volume in the psychiatric field.
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Matthew R. Broome, PhD, MRCPsych, is Professor of Psychiatry and Youth Mental Health and Director at the Institute for Mental Health, University of Birmingham, UK; Senior Clinical Research Fellow, Department of Psychiatry and Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford, UK. Matthew is a founding member of the Maudsley Philosophy Group. Ronald Bottlender, MD, PhD, is the Clinical Director, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Mrkische Kliniken, Ldenscheid, Germany, assistant professor, University of Bochum and lecturer, University of Bonn, Germany. He has published more than 100 peer reviewed articles on psychosis, affective disorders, amongst others. Michael Rsler, MD, PhD, is the Head of the Institute of forensic Psychiatry, Homburg/Saarland, Germany, and Emeritus Professor at the University of the Saarland, Germany. During the last decades he has been engaged in adult ADHD research. He is the current Chair of the Association of Methodology and Documentation in Psychiatry (AMDP). Rolf-Dieter Stieglitz, PhD, is Professor of Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry and the Head of the Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry, University of Basel, Switzerland. He has published more than 600 papers and books, especially in the field of psychopathology and clinical assessment. He was previously the Chair of the AMDP 20062012.

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Preface Preface to the Ninth German Edition Introduction AMP Founding Members AMP/AMDP System Chair AMDP Registered Association Chair AMDP Revision Group (9th edition) 1 Introduction 1.1 Overall Structure of the AMDP System 1.2 Representation of Individual Symptoms in the Manual 1.3 Requirements for Use 1.3.1 General Requirements for Use 1.3.2 AMDP Training Seminars 1.4 Recording Basics 1.4.1 General Considerations 1.4.2 Assessment Basics 1.4.3 Time Frame of Assessment Period 1.4.4 Documentation 1.5 The Formal Logic of the Decision-Making Process 1.5.1 Evaluation Level 1: Accessibility and Nonaccessibility 1.5.2 Evaluation Level 2: Degree of Certainty Over Presence or Absence of a Symptom 1.5.3 Evaluation Level 3: Presence 1.5.4 Evaluation Level 4: Degree of Severity 1.6 Data Processing 1.7 The AMDP Personal History 2. Psychopathological Findings 2.1 Preliminary Notes 2.2 Disorders of Consciousness 2.3 Disturbances of Orientation 2.4 Disturbances of Attention and Memory 2.5 Formal Thought Disorder 2.6 Worries and Compulsions 2.7 Delusions 2.8 Disorders of Perception 2.9 Ego (Boundary) Disturbances 2.10 Disturbances of Affect 2.11 Disturbances of Drive and Psychomotor Activity 2.12 Circadian Disturbances 2.13 Other Disturbances 2.14 Additional Psychopathological Items (ZP1-ZP11) 3 Somatic Findings 3.1 Disturbances of Sleep and Vigilance 3.2 Appetitive Disturbances 3.3 Gastrointestinal Disturbances 3.4 Cardiac-Respiratory Disturbances 3.5 Other Autonomic Disturbances 3.6 Other Somatic Disturbances 3.7 Neurological Disturbances 3.8 Additional Somatic Items (ZS1-ZS3) Literature Appendices Appendix A: Documentation Form Appendix B: English, German, and French Labels of the AMDP Symptoms Appendix C: AMDP Syndromes Index