|Resource Name &|
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|Behavioral Medicine: A Guide for Clinical Practice (Lange)|
Text perspective includes a behavioral approach to somatic disease, the mental disorders as they commonly appear in medical practice, issues in the clinician-patient relationship, and other important topics that affect the delivery of medical care, such as motivating behavior change, maximizing adherence to medical treatment, complementary and alternative medicine, and care of the dying. Book intended to be a clinically relevant text that forms a basis for developing a comprehensive curriculum in behavioral medicine. Training in the core competencies required by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) will be enhanced by inclusion of topics covered thoroughly in this book, including clinician-patient communication, professionalism, and cultural competence. Third edition, 2008.
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|Vendor Name:||McGraw-Hill's AccessMedicine|
|Research Guides:||Psychiatry, Psychology|
|Coverage:||Third edition, 2008|
|Special usage notes:||
Lange Educational Library in Clinical Science. The University of Kentucky's AccessMedicine collection is licensed for six concurrent users.