Psychiatric

  • (adj): Relating to or used in or engaged in the practice of psychiatry.
    Example: "Psychiatric disorder"; "psychiatric hospital"
    Synonyms: psychiatrical

Some articles on psychiatric:

Ludwig Merzbacher
... Later he worked at psychiatric clinics in Freiburg (1902–04) and Heidelberg (1904–06), obtaining his habilitation for psychiatry in 1906 at the University of Tübingen ... From 1906 until 1910 he worked at the psychiatric clinic in Tübingen, where he was an assistant to Robert Gaupp (1870–1953) ... appointed head of the laboratory in the psychiatric clinic at Buenos Aires ...
Special Hospitals Service Authority
... It had responsibility for managing the three high security "special" psychiatric hospitals in England Ashworth, Broadmoor and Rampton ... in forensic and other branches of psychiatry, psychiatric care and treatment develop closer working relationships with local and regional NHS psychiatric services promote research into fields related to forensic ... when its commissioning functions passed to the High Security Psychiatric Services Commissioning Board, while each of the Hospitals became independently ...
Services For Mental Disorders - Medical Services
... mental health conditions, and may prescribe psychiatric drugs and sometimes provide basic counseling or therapy for "common mental disorders" ... Secondary medical services may include psychiatric hospitals, although since deinstitutionalization these have been restricted in favor of wards within general hospitals, and community mental health services based ...
Cognitive Epidemiology - Psychiatric
... The Archive of General Psychiatry published a longitudinal study of a randomly selected sample of 713 study participants (336 boys and 377 girls), from both urban and suburban settings ... Of that group, nearly 76 percent had suffered through at least one traumatic event ...

Famous quotes containing the word psychiatric:

    Indeed the involuntary character of psychiatric treatment is at odds with the spirit and ethics of medicine itself.
    Kate Millett (b. 1934)