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Liaison Psychiatry and the management of long-term conditions and medically unexplained symptoms, makes a case for adding liaison psychiatry to medical management. 

 

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Service Development

These notes are written by liaison psychiatrists with a range of experience in establishing liaison services in different hospitals in the hope that they will help future consultants negotiate some of the difficult problems which will face them following their appointment. The notes should be read in conjunction with the "Model job description for consultant in liaison psychiatry" which is available to in print form from the College or from the officers of the Liaison Psychiatry Faculty.

 

  1. Introduction & preliminary negotiations
  2. Managerial arrangements & facilities
  3. Junior medical staff & non-medical professional staff
  4. Developing the service
  5. Teaching, research & links with colleagues
  6. Developing a new post in a hospital where no previous liaison service existed

 

  

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