The psychiatry makes part of neuroscience which is currently undergoing dynamic development. Although two high-quality textbooks are available now, there have been some changes in the practical outputs of our discipline. The objective of these seminar notes from psychiatry course is to follow these changes, and to provide you with up-to-date information which is necessary to acquire the basic knowledge. These materials will be updated on a regular basis. These notes do not replace recommended textbooks, they should give you a quick overview of the basic topics in psychiatry. They are supposed to be used in your preparation for psychiatry courses and should be helpful during the revision of the explained matter.
The presentations have been published in order to facilitate the understanding of key topics in psychiatry and to promote the discussion during seminars. We have thus ranked among the first clinicians who are using the latest ICT development to apply it in the education.
You can download the presentations by simply clicking the left mouse button on presentation title.
If you have already attended our seminars, you have certainly noted that the texts published on these webpages do not contain video presentations of patients with the respective diagnoses. This is not possible from the ethical point of view. The students are acquainted with the clinical picture of the presented materials during internships and seminars in general and specialized psychiatry.
The team of authors believes that the notes published on these webpages will facilitate your preparation both for the course and the examination, and possibly will incite your deeper interest in psychiatric diagnoses and treatment.
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|Psychiatric history and mental status||27.1.2006||126.5 KB||registered user||–|
|Disturbances of emotion||27.1.2006||68.5 KB||registered user||–|
|Thinking||27.1.2006||131 KB||registered user||–|
|Memory and treatment of cognitive impairments||27.1.2006||104 KB||registered user||–|
|Mood disorders (affective disorders)||27.1.2006||124 KB||registered user||–|
|Schizophrenia||27.1.2006||147 KB||registered user||–|
|Anxiety disorders||27.1.2006||99 KB||registered user||–|
|Somatoform disorders||27.1.2006||74 KB||registered user||–|
|Organic disorders||27.1.2006||109 KB||registered user||–|
|Delirium, amnestic syndrome||27.1.2006||89.5 KB||registered user||–|
|Dementia||27.1.2006||143.5 KB||registered user||–|
|Substance related disorders||27.1.2006||49 KB||registered user||–|
|Eating disorders||27.1.2006||91 KB||registered user||–|
|Personality disorders||27.1.2006||177 KB||registered user||–|
|Child psychiatry||27.1.2006||116 KB||registered user||–|
|Medical sexology||27.1.2006||75.5 KB||registered user||–|
|Psychotherapy||27.1.2006||48 KB||registered user||–|
|Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)||27.1.2006||61 KB||registered user||–|
|Psychopharmacs - antidepressants||27.1.2006||149 KB||registered user||–|
|Psychopharmacs - antipsychotics||27.1.2006||599 KB||registered user||–|
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citation: Žourková Alexandra, Eva Češková, Ivana Drtílková, Tomáš Kašpárek, Hana Kučerová, Lucie Pilařová, Radovan Přikryl, Radek Ryšánek, Pavel Theiner, Markéta Žáčková: General and specialized psychiatry. Multimedia support in the education of clinical and health care disciplines :: Portal of MU’s Faculty of Medicine [online] , [cit. 18. 11. 2019]. Available from WWW: https://portal.med.muni.cz/article-433-general-and-specialized-psychiatry.html. ISSN 1801-6103.