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Psychiatry And Substances Abuse Course


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Psychiatry And Substances Abuse Course
Published 5/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.18 GB | Duration: 1h 49m

Psychiatric disorders and conditions. Treatments and Presentations.

What you'll learn
Adults Psychiatric Conditions
Childhood Psychiatry
Ego Defenses
Ethical Principles
Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome
Serotonin Syndrome
Personality Disorders
Psychiatric Therapies
Psychiatric Medications
Autism Spectrum Disorder

No prior requirements needed

Psychiatric conditions can be interesting to interpret and diagnose. However, reaching the diagnosis is often difficult as many disorders overlap in presentation. Often times, there are key features known as hallmarks in every presentation. These hallmarks are unique to every condition and they give the diagnosis away. The course aims at teaching you these subtle oddities and how to spot them.Once diagnosis is made, a psychiatric physician proposes an appropriate management plan. These treatments are often a combination of lifestyle modification and medicinal management. The course will teach you all the behavioral therapies, their benefits and techniques, and when to use them. We will also explain all medications used by psychiatric physician, including antipsychotics, antidepressants, stimulants, and more.We have divided the course into small bites. Each chapter includes the important topics in that area. For example, the chapter discussing autism includes the causes, risk factors, presentation, and management.The course includes topics about personality disorders, adult psychiatric conditions, bipolar and depressive syndromes, ethical principles of psychiatry, and much more.At the end of the course, we have included case-discussions. These cases are built carefully to mimic real-life examples that we commonly see in the clinic. There are also many quizzes which will help you memorize the important notes.

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: Adults Psychiatric Conditions

Lecture 2 Borderline Personality Disorder

Lecture 3 Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Lecture 4 Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Lecture 5 Body Dysmorphic Disorder

Lecture 6 Catatonia

Lecture 7 Delirium

Lecture 8 Gambling Disorder

Lecture 9 Major Depressive Disorder

Lecture 10 Malingering

Lecture 11 Narcolepsy

Lecture 12 OCD vs OCPD

Lecture 13 Panic Disorder

Lecture 14 Somatic Illness

Section 3: Childhood Psychiatry

Lecture 15 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Lecture 16 Bed Wetting

Lecture 17 Childhood Psychiatry

Lecture 18 Tourette Syndrome

Section 4: Autism Spectrum Disorder

Lecture 19 Age-Related Autism Symptoms

Lecture 20 Autism Common Presentations

Lecture 21 Autism Risk Factors

Lecture 22 Autism Treatment

Lecture 23 Types of Autism Spectrum Disorder

Section 5: Schizophrenia

Lecture 24 Schizoaffective Disorder

Lecture 25 Schizophrenia Risk Factors

Lecture 26 Schizophrenia

Section 6: Personality Disorders

Lecture 27 Cluster A Personality Disorders

Lecture 28 Cluster B Personality Disorders

Lecture 29 Cluster C Personality Disorders

Section 7: Ego Defenses

Lecture 30 Ego Defenses

Section 8: Ethical Principles

Lecture 31 Autonomy

Lecture 32 Beneficence

Lecture 33 Justice

Lecture 34 Nonmaleficence

Section 9: Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome and Serotonin Syndrome

Lecture 35 Serotonin Syndrome

Lecture 36 Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

Lecture 37 Drugs that cause Neuroleptic malignant syndrome

Lecture 38 Drugs that cause Serotonin Syndrome

Lecture 39 Serotonin Syndrome vs Neuroleptic malignant syndrome

Section 10: Miscellaneous Topics

Lecture 40 Abnormal Movements

Lecture 41 REM Sleep Disorder

Lecture 42 Types of Dementia

Section 11: Psychiatric Therapies

Lecture 43 Behavioral Therapies

Lecture 44 Electroconvulsive Therapy

Section 12: Psychiatric Medications

Lecture 45 Antidepressants

Lecture 46 Antipsychotics

Lecture 47 Barbiturates

Lecture 48 Benzodiazepines

Lecture 49 Depressants

Lecture 50 Lithium

Lecture 51 Side Effects of Antipsychotics

Section 13: Case-Discussion

Lecture 52 Case #1

Lecture 53 Case #2

Lecture 54 Case #3

Lecture 55 Case #4

Lecture 56 Case #5

Healthcare workers,Medical, nursing, or pharmaceutical students,Anyone with a passion for Psychiatry





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