psychiatrist


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a physician who specializes in psychiatry

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Minister Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhry said psychiatrists were available in the hospitals, but they did not have child psychiatrists.
So in the end, to my psychiatrist colleagues: Please leave us out of this mess.
WALES has fewer consultant psychiatrists per head than anywhere else in the UK, new figures have revealed.
No one in any specialty has the right to prescribe, edit or suspend medication except for a psychiatrist.
There was significant difference between different age groups of patients in terms of their answer to the question "How much do you prefer to refer to the psychiatrist in the picture for treatment?
If you are lucky enough to have competent and reliable psychiatrists in town, it's likely your clients will have to wait a long time for that initial appointment.
Rx Raise the salary of CMHC psychiatrists to make this career choice more attractive.
SASOP argued then that psychiatrists should play a central role in the strategic and operational planning of mental health services, at local, provincial and national levels, [4] in collaboration with the other mental health disciplines.
This, says Nat, pushed the psychiatrist further into the role of the primary diagnostician and prescriber.
The mental health services in Kuwaiti Hospital has been hit for months after the head of the psychiatric department resigned and another psychiatrist went on long leave for higher studies.
The psychiatrist told the newspaper in August that the South Eastern Sydney and Illawarra Area Health Service (SESIAHS) was struggling to recruit and retain staff.
She had a history of suicide attempts, she had been admitted three times in the past year to that hospital for management of her psychiatric illness, and the psychiatrist had been her physician during each of these admissions.
2) Hooker was handpicked by Judd Marmot, an influential psychiatrist from the University of California in Los Angeles.
In July 2004, HCHD launched a pilot project and placed me as a psychiatrist in three primary care centers.
Like the patients that psychiatrist Peter Kramer describes in his 1993 book, I felt the way I wished to be, but better than I'd thought possible.