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by Susan H. McDaniel,Thomas L. Campbell,David B. Seaburn

ePub Family-Oriented Primary Care: A Manual for Medical Providers download
Author:
Susan H. McDaniel,Thomas L. Campbell,David B. Seaburn
ISBN13:
978-0521362054
ISBN:
0387970568
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Publisher:
Springer-Verlag (January 1990)
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Medicine & Health Sciences
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FAMILY-ORIENTED PRIMARY CARE: A MANUAL FOR MEDICAL PROVIDERS offers practical guidance for the physician who would like to take greater advantage of this resource.

FAMILY-ORIENTED PRIMARY CARE: A MANUAL FOR MEDICAL PROVIDERS offers practical guidance for the physician who would like to take greater advantage of this resource. The result is a readable guide, structured around step -by-step protocols that are vividly illustrated with case studies drawn from the author's extensive collaboration at the University of Rochester School of Medicine. Allgemeinmedizin ng care general medicine hospital management medicine pregnancy primary care treatment. Authors and affiliations.

A family orientation in health care can provide a wider understanding of illness and a broader range of solutions than the classic biomedical model. FAMILY-ORIENTED PRIMARY CARE: A MANUAL FOR MEDICAL PROVIDERS offers practical guidance for the physician who would like to take greater advantage of this resource. Despite a well-publicized shift away from the traditional family structure, the family remains the most basic relational unit in society and the physician's most potent ally. A family orientation in health care can provide a wider understanding of illness and a broader range of solutions than the classic biomedical model.

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Tackling challenging and emerging issues, such as AIDS and the family, race and gender, child abuse and domestic violence in addition to pregnancy, child behavior and chronic illness, this volume is sure to be an indispensable guide for primary care providers.

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This item:Family-Oriented Primary Care by Susan H. .fills an important void in our education and therefore is highly recommended.

fills an important void in our education and therefore is highly recommended. I wish it every success because if it succeeds, we all wi. -Jack H. Medalie, . P, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Advance praise for Family-Oriented Primary Care: A Manual for Medical Providers: "A superb job. I'm eager to recommend it to all medical students and family practice residents. Eugene . arley, J. University of Wisconsin Medical School.

The authors of this volume have produced an exemplary work with considerably difficult material

The authors of this volume have produced an exemplary work with considerably difficult material. Their audience is the primary care physician; they have set themselves the task of adding the perspectives and skills of family therapy to the physician's armamentarium. The guiding principle appears to be that primary care physicians can do a good deal of the work with families and triage more difficult cases to specialists

University of Rochester School of Medicine, New York. Manual for family medicine and primary care practitioners. Extended quick-reference outline format. Includes case studies. DNLM: 1. Family.
  • I am in my final months of my masters degree as a family nurse practitioner and I wish I would have read this book earlier in my studies. It is full of information on how to support the patient and their family through common crises: infidelity, abuse, infertility, PTSD, etc. The authors highlight what to do and not do in a situation and how to speak to the patient to really get to the heart of the matter, and then how to get them the help they need. I like to think of myself as a social person that can communicate well with others- but this book really hits home the importance of good communication with our patients and how important this communication is in the success of their care.

  • This is a good book. I'm using it for my graduate classes and is just what I expected.

  • Don't waste your money. Just get the pdf. That said, the content is pretty good. A bit of a dry read, though.

  • This is perhaps THE best book for teaching physicians the psychosocial side of primary care. It is nicely targeted at the challenges that residents and PCPs face daily offering practical ideas for action and wise counsel for understanding patients.

  • Needed this book for my nursing course. Just what I was looking for.

  • Cites the discredited Barsky who claims diseases like ME/CFIDS are psychogenic. This attitude contributes to a tremendous amount of iatrogenic morbidity.