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Podiatry : case-based psychology /
Anne Mandy, Kevin Lucas, Jodie Lucas ; with Janet McInnes.
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Chichester, West Sussex, U.K. ; Hoboken : Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.
description
xiv, 202 p.
ISBN
0470519630 (pbk. : alk. paper), 9780470519639 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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Chichester, West Sussex, U.K. ; Hoboken : Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.
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0470519630 (pbk. : alk. paper)
9780470519639 (pbk. : alk. paper)
contents note
Sociology of the podiatry profession -- Issues faced by newly qualified podiatrists -- The effects of culture on behavioural change -- Autonomy of private practice and need to undertake continuous professional development -- Psychological and physical problems faced by middle aged pre-menopausal women -- Symptoms of a work related injury -- Health decision-making based on the theory of reasoned action -- The psychology of personality : addictive and aggressive behaviours -- Communication through a translator -- The psychological effects of bereavement -- The relationship between socio-economic status and health -- Working with patients who have a dual diagnosis -- Complex interactions illustrating the need for good interpersonal and communication skills -- The importance of confidentiality and negotiating informed consent -- Safety and independence considerations when dealing with early stage dementia -- Professional boundaries -- The complex needs of homeless people -- Social factors versus medical needs -- The importance of positivism -- Adolescence : the development and exploration of the self, self-esteem, and social identity -- Behaviour change -- The influence of religion and spirituality on health -- The effect of the death of a patient -- Challenging the current practice in podiatry.
catalogue key
6862467
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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About the Author
Author Affiliation
Dr Anne Mandy is a Reader at the Clinical Research Centre, School of Health Professions, University of Brighton, UK. Dr Kevin Lucas is Senior Lecturer in Psychology Applied to Healthcare, School of Health Professions, University of Brighton, UK. Jodie Lucas is a podiatrist working for the Seaview Project, Southwater Centre. St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex. Janet Mclnnes is Head of Podiatry, School of Health Professions, University of Brighton, UK, and Chair of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists, UK.
Summaries
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This text provides a problem and case-based approach to understanding psychological and social difficulties commonly experienced by clients and presented to practitioners of podiatry. It is designed to be an introduction to important applied psychology in clinical practice.
Main Description
'Podiatry: Case Based Psychology' provides a problem and case-based approach to understanding psychological and social difficulties commonly experienced by clients and presented to practitioners..This book is designed to be an introduction to important applied psychology in clinical practice. The main chapters are organised as individual patient case studies with relevant psychological theory attached. Attention is also given to social-psychological issues pertinent to both newly qualified and experienced podiatric practitioners. Theory is thus explained in the context of the presenting patient in a spirit of problem-based learning, enabling the reader to acquire knowledge and skills that would otherwise be gained more slowly.Each section poses questions for the student to consider and provides an explanation of key issues. The learning activities and challenges draw on theoretical models underpinning psychological theory. These are then applied to podiatry in a clinically useful way. At the end of each character there is a summary of important psychological theory, directed reading and references.
Main Description
Podiatry: Case Based Psychology provides a problem and case-based approach to understanding psychological and social difficulties commonly experienced by clients and presented to practitioners. This book is designed to be an introduction to important applied psychology in clinical practice. The main chapters are organized as individual patient case studies with relevant psychological theory attached. Attention is also given to social-psychological issues pertinent to both newly qualified and experienced podiatric practitioners.
Main Description
Podiatry: A Psychological Approach provides a problem and case-based approach to understanding psychological and social difficulties commonly experienced by clients and presented to practitioners. This book is designed to be an introduction to important applied psychology in clinical practice. The main chapters are organized as individual patient case studies with relevant psychological theory attached. Attention is also given to social-psychological issues pertinent to both newly qualified and experienced podiatric practitioners.
Main Description
'Podiatry: Case Based Psychology' provides a problem and case-based approach to understanding psychological and social difficulties commonly experienced by clients and presented to practitioners. This book is designed to be an introduction to important applied psychology in clinical practice. The main chapters are organized as individual patient case studies with relevant psychological theory attached. Attention is also given to social-psychological issues pertinent to both newly qualified and experienced podiatric practitioners.
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PODIATRY: Case-Based psychology provides a problem and case-based approach to understanding psychological and social difficulties commonly experienced by clients and presented to practitioners. This book is designed to be an introduction to important applied psychology in clinical practice. The main chapters are organised as individual patient case studies with relevant psychological theory attached. Attention is also given to socialpsychological issues pertinent to both newly qualified and experienced podiatric practitioners. Theory is thus explained in the context of the presenting patient in a spirit of problem-based learning, enabling the reader to acquire knowledge and skills that would otherwise be gained more slowly. Each section poses questions for the student to consider and provides an explanation of key issues. The learning activities and challenges draw on theoretical models underpinning psychological theory. These are then applied to podiatry in a clinically useful way. At the end of each character there is a summary of important psychological theory, directed reading and references.
Back Cover Copy
PODIATRY: A Psychological Approach provides a problem and case-based approach to understanding psychological and social difficulties commonly experienced by clients and presented to practitioners. This book is designed to be an introduction to important applied psychology in clinical practice. The main chapters are organised as individual patient case studies with relevant psychological theory attached. Attention is also given to socialpsychological issues pertinent to both newly qualified and experienced podiatric practitioners. Theory is thus explained in the context of the presenting patient in a spirit of problem-based learning, enabling the reader to acquire knowledge and skills that would otherwise be gained more slowly. Each section poses questions for the student to consider and provides an explanation of key issues. The learning activities and challenges draw on theoretical models underpinning psychological theory. These are then applied to podiatry in a clinically useful way. At the end of each character there is a summary of important psychological theory, directed reading and references.
Table of Contents
About the authorsp. vii
Prefacep. viii
Introduction: Using case-based learningp. xi
The sociology of podiatry as a professionp. 1
Issues faced by newly qualified podiatristsp. 7
The effects of culture on behavioural changep. 12
Autonomy in private practice and the need to undertake continuous professional developmentp. 20
Psychological and physical problems faced by middle-aged pre-menopausal womenp. 24
Symptoms of a work-related injuryp. 37
Health decision-making based on the theory of reasoned actionp. 44
The psychology of personality, addiction and aggressionp. 52
Communication through an interpreterp. 60
The psychological effects of bereavementp. 67
The relationship between socio-economic status and healthp. 75
Working with patients who have a dual diagnosisp. 81
Complex interactions illustrating the need for good interpersonal and communication skillsp. 88
The importance of confidentiality and negotiating informed consentp. 95
Safety and independence: considerations when dealing with early-stage dementiap. 100
Professional boundariesp. 107
Homelessness and people with complex needsp. 115
Social factors versus medical needsp. 121
The importance of positivityp. 130
Adolescence: the development and exploration of the self, self-esteem and social identityp. 136
Behavioural changep. 144
The influence of religion and spirituality on healthp. 153
The effect of the death of a patientp. 162
Challenging the current practice in podiatryp. 170
Codap. 176
Referencesp. 181
Indexp. 197
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