mental health specialties

mental health specialties

A generic term for the subdivisions of mental health disciplines and specialties in the UK: Adolescent psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry, child psychiatry, forensic psychiatry, general psychiatry, learning disability, psychiatry of old age, psychotherapy.
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With the objective to address the shortage of mental health professionals in the country, 11 Centres of Excellence in Mental Health and 27 PG training departments in mental health specialties to increase the PG training capacity in mental health as well as improving the tertiary care treatment facility have been funded.
SOFAR views the process of addressing secondary trauma and building resilience among military families as one that demands time and volunteers from a variety of mental health specialties.
Mental health specialties that are grouped together were not statistically significantly different from one another.
WASHINGTON -- In a continuing effort to increase Veterans' access to mental health care, the Department of Veterans Affairs has set a goal to conduct more than 200,000 clinic-based, telemental health consultations for all mental health specialties in fiscal year 2012.
There's still shockingly little training in geriatric mental health issues in any of the medical or mental health specialties.
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