Mental Health and Illness of Children and Adolescents, 1st ed. 2020 Mental Health and Illness Worldwide Series
Coordonnateurs : Taylor Eric, Verhulst F. C., Wong John
Mental health challenges of children around the world.- Early intervention program.- Epidemiology of mental disorders – cross-cultural comparison.- Neurobiology of autism.- Psychopathology of depression, ADHD, phobias, etc.-Suicidal behaviour.- Psychological therapies.- Pharmacotherapy.- Child services around the world.- Diagnoses, cultural validity, and Prevalence.- Treatments, institutions, services.- Brain conditions, mechanisms, toxins, infections incl. HIV.- Cultural attitudes, stigma, place of children, Child labour & exploitation.- Refugees, migration.- Ethics, law, child protection/ Training.
Frank Verhulst is professor and director of child and adolescent psychiatry at Erasmus University Medical Center in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. He is author of over 400 peer reviewed articles and has published 15 books in the Dutch language and 6 books in the English language. He was editor of the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and is currently Editor at Large of the Journal of the American academy of Child and Adolescent psychiatry, member of the Dutch Health Council and member of the board of the Dutch Medical Research Council.
John Wong Chee Meng is Adjunct Associate Professor and Senior Consultant Psychiatrist with the Department of Psychological Medicine, NUHS. Dr Wong is an established clinician with a wide repertoire of clinical skills and experiences in psychiatry, medical teaching, research, and organizational management
Includes a combination of biological, psychological and sociological perspectives
Relevant to clinicians and students from both developed and LAMI countries find it relevant
Presents research on recent and contemporary topics that are not often dealt with in text books of psychiatry
Date de parution : 02-2020
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