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Oxford Textbook of the Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability

ISBN : 9780198794585

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Author: 
Sabayasachi Bhaumik; Regi Alexander
Pages
336 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
219 x 219 mm
Pub date
Jan 2020
Series
Oxford Textbooks in Psychiatry
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Intellectual Disability (ID) describes a lifelong condition of heterogeneous aetiology, associated with the impairment of intellectual functioning (IQ

Index: 

1 Sally Ann Cooper: Definitions, classifications and epidemiology of intellectual disability (ID)
2 Sabyasachi Bhaumik, Regi Alexander, Shweta Gangavati, Rohit Gumber, and Samuel Tromans: Clinical Assessment Including Bedside Diagnosis
3 Satish C. Girimaji, Salah Basheer, Asit Biswas, and Satheeshkumar Gangadharan: Intellectual disability - concepts, aetiology and genetics
4 Tom Berney and Mark Lovell: Children and Adolescents with Intellectual Disability
5 Peter Tyrer, Freya Tyrer, Marissa Hanney, and Stephen Tyrer: Measuring outcomes including use of rating scales and instruments in people with intellectual disability
6 Sally Ann Cooper: Types of mental disorders in people with intellectual disability
7 Mary Barrett and Traolach S. Brugha: Autism Spectrum Disorder
8 Kiriakos Xenitidis, Shazia Zahid, and Caryl Marshall: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in people with intellectual disability
9 Ande Strydom, Karen Dodd and Nwamaka Uchendu, and Suzanne Wilson: Dementia and other disorders associated with ageing in people with intellectual disability
10 Laura Humphries, Dasari Michael, and Angela Hassiotis: Schizophrenia and related psychoses in people with Intellectual Disability
11 Samuel Tromans, Atiq Umar, Jennifer Torr, Regi Alexander, and Sabyasachi Bhaumik: Depressive Disorders in People with Intellectual Disability
12 Samuel Tromans, Ian Jones, Ignatius Gunaratna, Natalie Orr, and Sabyasachi Bhaumik: Bipolar Affective Disorder in Intellectual Disability
13 Sherva Cooray and Avinash Hiremath: Anxiety and related disorders in people with Intellectual Disability
14 Regi Alexander, Verity Chester, and William R. Lindsay: The assessment and treatment of personality disorders in people with intellectual and developmental disabilities
15 Tobias Buxton, Verity Chester, Bijil Arackal, Divya Devulapally, and Yona Lunsky: Alcohol and Substance Misuse and People with Intellectual and / or Developmental Disabilities
16 Glynis H. Murphy and Peter McGill: Challenging behaviours in people with ID
17 John L. Taylor, William R. Lindsay, and John Devapriam: Offending Behaviours in People with Intellectual Disabilities
18 Peter E. Langdon, Tawakalitu Kehinde, and Georgina Parkes: Psychological therapies with people who have intellectual disabilities
19 David Branford, Reena Tharian, Regi Alexander, and Sabyasachi Bhaumik: Pharmacotherapy for Mental Illness and Behaviours that challenge in People with Intellectual Disabilities
20 Umesh Chauhan, Ken Courtenay, and Matthew Hoghton: Physical Health in people with Intellectual disabilities
21 Kim Kendall, Jeremy Hall, and Mike Owen: Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Schizophrenia: Recent Developments
22 Rohit Shankar and Matthew Walker: Epilepsy in people with Intellectual Disability
23 Anthony Holland: Behaviour Phenotypes
24 Reza Kiani and Sugato Bhaumik: Visual and Hearing Impairments and their Impact on the Mental Health of Adults with Intellectual Disability
25 Verity Chester, Neil James, Ian Rogers, Jackie Grace, and Regi Alexande: Family Experiences of Psychiatric Services for their Relative with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
26 Rupert Thurston, Samuel Tromans, Verity Chester, Sally-Ann Cooper, Andre Strydorm, Sabyasachi Bhaumik, and Dheeraj Rai: Current and Future Research Priorities in the Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability
27 Sujeet Jaydeokar, John Devapriam, Jane McCarthy, Chaya Kapugama, and Sabyasachi Bhaumik: Models of service development and delivery for people with Intellectual Disability
28 Meera Roy, Ashok Roy, Priyanka Tharian, Ameeta Retzer: Safeguarding and ethical practice for people with intellectual disability

About the author: 

Professor Bhaumik has been practicing as a Consultant Psychiatrist in Learning Disability for 27 years and was the Medical Director of Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust. As Executive Director for Trust Research & Development activities, he established a nationally recognized research culture in learning disability. Since 2007 he has been the next stage review lead for Learning Disability. Winner of Hospital Doctor Award for Psychiatry Team of the Year 2005, he was awarded an OBE in 2006 for services to medicine. He served as Chair of Faculty of LD, RCPsych (2006-2010), after which he led the College's international education and training programme. Currently Chair of the Diaspora Organisation Committee of RCPsych and Honorary Professor of Psychiatry with the University of Leicester, he is also an expert advisor to NICE and NIHR. As a part- time Consultant Psychiatrist, he manages mental health problems in people with LD through community visits and outpatient clinic appointments. ; Dr Alexander has over 20 years of experience treating people with developmental disorders and mental health problems. As a Consultant Psychiatrist at Hertfordshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, his current job covers the full spectrum of service provision. An Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Leicester, he is the author of over 60 peer reviewed publications and book chapters. A member of the National Institute of Healthcare and Excellence (NICE) Guidelines Development Group on Mental Health Problems in People with Learning Disabilities (NG 54), Dr Alexander is the Co-Editor of The Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability, Co-Editor of the Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability Across Cultures (Oxford Cultural Psychiatry series), Deputy Editor of the British Journal of Psychiatry Open and the Content Editor of MindEd LDMH, a free educational resource on mental health in people with learning disability. ;

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