This resource presents a timely appraisal of the status of psychiatry and its relationship with society in the second decade of this century. It brings together an international team of specialists who review critical issues such as training, professionalism, regulation, ethics, and economics, and constitutes a far-reaching document that considers the status of psychiatry now, and how it should develop in the coming years.
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1 Introduction
- Chapter 2 Psychiatry, professionalism, and society: a note on past and present
- Chapter 3 Professions, related occupations, and ethics
- Chapter 4 What is expected of doctors?
- Chapter 5 Economics and society: efficiency, equity, and choice
- Chapter 6 Stakeholders’ expectations of psychiatric professionalism
- Chapter 7 Training and professionalism
- Chapter 8 Psychiatry’s contract with society: what do clinical psychiatrists expect?
- Chapter 9 Teaching professionalism
- Chapter 10 Medicine’s social contract with society: its nature, evolution, and present state
- Chapter 11 The role of psychiatrists and their professional associations in the regulation and performance management of mental health services
- Chapter 12 Professionalism, regulation, scrutiny, and litigation
- Chapter 13 Psychiatry’s contract with society: a personal perspective from England
- Chapter 14 Psychiatry’s contract with society:revalidation and professionalism
- Chapter 15 Professionalism and medicine: a managerial perspective
- Chapter 16 Changing professionalism
- Chapter 17 Psychiatric ethics and the ‘new professionalism’
- Chapter 18 Psychiatry’s contract: where next?