2 edition of problem-oriented system in the psychiatric hospital found in the catalog.
problem-oriented system in the psychiatric hospital
W. P. Mazur
Bibliography: p. 79-90.
|Statement||[by] W. P. Mazur.|
|LC Classifications||RC439 .M43 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 94 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||73019626|
“A State Mental Health System with No State Hospital: The Vermont Feasibility Study,” Hospital and Community Psychia no. 6 (): – Medline, Google Scholar, Google Scholar. North Dakota State Hospital has adopted a problem-oriented approach to record-keeping, and in one regional treatment unit is experimenting with applying the system to utilization review and continuing education. An interdisciplinary audit committee uses a January
The problem-oriented approach to record keeping developed by Lawrence Weed is having a significant impact on the practice of Psychiatry. In this system, the physician is required to identify list and number all the patient's psychiatric, social and physical problems. The problem list is kept at the front of the record, much like a table of. Books. Books; Psychotherapy Library; eBook Collections; Premium Books; Journals. The American Journal of Psychiatry; FOCUS; The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences; Psychiatric Research and Clinical Practice; Psychiatric Services; The American Journal of Psychotherapy; All Journals; News; APA Guidelines; Patient Education.
Mental Health is to describe some of these applications of the POR in mental health. A second purpose is to give a current evaluation of the perceived merits and deficits of a problem- oriented approach to psychiatric treatment and record keeping. The issue opens with . This book evolved from the conference entitled Teaching Methods and Patient Care With Emphasis on the Weed System held in Atlanta Sept , The application of the problem-oriented record in such diverse places as a medical school teaching hospital, a private community hospital, and an Indian community hospital administered by the Public Health Service indicates Author: J. Graham Smith.
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This book presents a hands-on, problem-oriented approach to inpatient psychiatry. It covers problems encountered by psychiatrists and clinicians working in a psychiatric hospital setting and provides helpful discussions of controversial issues with a variety of suggested : Paperback.
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The Problem-Oriented Record is a system developed by L. Weed for rendering the patient's treatment record more powerful and professionally useful. The POR can be seen as (a) fostering a continuing scientific and educative attitude in clinical work (a summary of the POR is provided), and (b) facilitating adherence to formal standards of record keeping in mental health and psychological practice.
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