the 2016 edition
Psychiatric Words and Phrases contains an alphabetical list of over 40,000 word and phrase entries from psychiatry, psychology, psychopharmacology, street drugs, communication disorders, and learning disorders. It is not a glossary; it is not a coding book. This spelling and terminology aid for transcriptionists, as well as the doctors, nurses, therapists, and even scribes working in these fields, features lists of over 700 tests and 2600 street drugs (and their chemical equivalents), and an extensive list of fears, manias, and phobias. With the new ICD-10-CM now in use, Psychiatric Words and Phrases offers the new terminology for updated and new disorders, along with selective ICD-10-CM codes. There are lists of the major substance-induced disorders or dysfunction with a sub-list of the possible drugs abused in each category (e.g. “substance-induced anxiety disorder due to: alcohol; cocaine; inhalants etc.”). The eBook version of Psychiatric Words and Phrases also provides a handy list of hyperlinks to the websites of over 140 professional associations and organizations affiliated with the psychiatric, psychological, and communication fields where additional information may be found.
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PSYCHIATRIC WORDS and PHRASES
by Mary Ann D'Onofrio and Elizabeth D'Onofrio