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AuthorMcDaniel, Susan H. author
TitleFamily-Oriented Primary Care [electronic resource] : A Manual for Medical Providers / by Susan H. McDaniel, Thomas L. Campbell, David B. Seaburn
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 1990
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-2096-9
Descript XVIII, 389 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Despite a well-publicized shift away from the traditional family structure, the family remains the most basic relational unit in society and the physician's most potent ally. A family orientation in health care can provide a wider understanding of illness and a broader range of solutions than the classic biomedical model. FAMILY-ORIENTED PRIMARY CARE: A MANUAL FOR MEDICAL PROVIDERS offers practical guidance for the physician who would like to take greater advantage of this resource. The result is a readable guide, structured around step -by-step protocols that are vividly illustrated with case studies drawn from the author's extensive collaboration at the University of Rochester School of Medicine


CONTENT

The Biopsychosocial Assessment of the Family -- 1 Basic Premises of Family-Oriented Primary Care: Utilizing the Family as a Resource -- 2 How Families Affect Illness: Research on the Familyโ{128}{153}s Impact on Health -- 3 Family Systems Concepts: Tools for Assessing the Family in Primary Care -- 4 Greasing the Wheels: Promoting a Working Alliance with Patient and Families -- 5 Convening the Family: How, When, and to What End? -- 6 Conducting a Family Conference: A Cornerstone for Family-Oriented Care -- Health Care of the Family in Transition -- 7 Working with Couples in Primary Care: The Backbone of the Family Treatment System -- 8 The Birth of a Family: A Family-Oriented Approach to Pregnancy Care -- 9 Supporting Parents: Family-Oriented Child Health Care -- 10 When Parents Get Stuck: Working with Parents on Child Behavior Problems -- 11 Balancing Alliances: Family-Oriented Care of Adolescents -- 12 Recognizing the Signs of Strain: Counseling Couples in Primary Care -- 13 Anticipating Loss: Health Care for the Elderly and Their Family Caregivers -- 14 Looking Death in the Eye: Death, Grieving, and Families -- A Family-Oriented Approach to Specific Medical Problems -- 15 The Developmental Challenges of Chronic Illness: Helping Patients and Families Cope -- 16 Integrating the Mindโ{128}{148}Body Split: A Biopsychosocial Approach to Somatic Fixation -- 17 Mobilizing Resources: Treating Depression in Primary Care -- 18 When Drinking is Part of the Problem: A Family Approach to the Detection and Management of Alcohol Abuse -- 19 Protecting the Family: Child Abuse and Primary Care -- Implementing Family-Oriented Primary Care -- 20 Family-Oriented Primary Care in the Real World: Ethical and Practical Issues -- 21 Acute Hospital Care: Letting the Family In -- 22 Working Together: Collaboration and Referral to Family-Oriented and Mental Health Professionals -- 23 Managing Personal and Professional Boundaries: How to Make the Physicianโ{128}{153}s Own Issues a Resource in Patient Care -- Indexes


Medicine General practice (Medicine) Internal medicine Medicine & Public Health General Practice / Family Medicine Internal Medicine



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