Module - Anxiety Disorders

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Introduction to this topic

Author:
Prof Naomi Fineberg

Consultant Psychiatrist, National Obsessive Compulsive Disorders Specialist Service, Herts. Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (HPFT) and Visiting Professor, University of Hertfordshire, Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Welwyn Garden City, Herts.

Updated: Monday, 27th June 2016
Last Checked: Monday, 27th June 2016 Current

The effective ‘research-enhanced’ management of anxiety disorders extends beyond an understanding of the psychopharmacological mechanisms and the clinical evidence base supporting available treatments and demands a degree of ‘clinical artistry’. The complexity and chronicity of anxiety disorders entails careful, long-term care planning. This topic focuses on the challenges facing clinicians treating patients with anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder in the clinical setting, using case studies as a touchstone for deliberation.

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Play the video for Section Evidence-Based Medicine and Beyond

Duration: 13m 01s
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Duration: 16m 37s
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Play the video for Section Managing treatment resistance

Duration: 08m 12s
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