Students will develop and demonstrate knowledge in the following specific areas:
Accompany the elaboration of a basic vision and innovative of the fundamental questions in the clinic, in particular those pertaining to human construction. The general premise of the development of a subject "normal", with particular reference to the sexual differentiation and the relationship with the parental figures. Particular attention is paid to the social dynamics, to changes in the value system and the relationship between this and the contemporary psychopathology border.
The course is aimed to introduce the student to understand the physiological trajectories of development in the child with typical development with respect to those observed in children with developmental disabilities.
The student will acquire competences in the diagnostic procedure of the most common neuropsychiatric disorders in infancy, childhood and adolescence. He will learn about diagnostic criteria, psychometric evaluation and therapy in different childhood neuropsychiatric diseases.
The course is structured in lessons according to the academic calendar for the course. Frontal lessons followed by an interactive discussion on pertinent clinical cases will be performed.
1. Major theoretical approach in Psychiatry
2. PSYCHIATRIC SEMEIOTICS
Appearance, Motor activity, Mimic, Language, Behavior, Psychiatric history
Attention, Consciousness, Memory, Perception, Thought, Affectivity, aggressive or violent behavior, Intelligence.
4. CLINIC FEATURES
a) CLASSIFICATION OF PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS - DSM 5 (A.P.A.); ICD-10 (O.M.S.)
b) DEMENTIA, DELIRIUM Epidemiology, Etiopathogenesis, Clinical pictures, Course, Diagnosis and differential diagnosis, Comorbidity, Prognosis, Therapy
c) RELATED SUBSTANCES: ALCOHOL, AMPHETAMIN, CAFFEINE, CANNABIS, COCAINE, HALLUCINOGENES, INHANTS, NICOTINE, OPPIACEI, PHENICLIDINE, SEDATIVES, HYPNOTICS OR ANSIOLITHICS. Epidemiology, Etiopathogenesis, Clinical pictures, Course, Diagnosis and differential diagnosis, Comorbidity, Prognosis, Therapy
d) SCHIZOPHRENIA Epidemiology, risk factors and etiopathogenetic hypotheses, symptomatology (initial period, state period, course and outcome), clinical forms, prognosis, diagnosis and differential diagnosis, therapy.
e) OTHER PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS: Nosography, Epidemiology, Etiopathogenesis, Clinical pictures and forms, Diagnosis, Course, Prognosis, Therapy.
f) MOOD DISORDERS Epidemiology, etiopathogenesis, clinical pictures (depressive episode, manic episode Hypomania, mixed states), diagnosis, differential diagnosis, course (unipolar, dysthymic, Bipolar, Cyclothymic, Rapid Cycles, Seasonal Affective), Prognosis, Therapy.
g) ANXIETY DISORDERS: PANIC ATTAC, AGORAPHOBIA; SOCIAL PHOBIA; SPECIFIC PHOBIA; GENERALIZED ANXIETY; OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER; POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER, ANXIETY DUE TO A GENERAL MEDICAL CONDITION; ANXIETY INDUCED BY SUBSTANCES. Historical and nosographic notes, Epidemiology, Etiopathogenesis, Clinical pictures, Course,
m) EATING DISORDERS:
ANOREXIA; BULIMIA, BINGE EATING DISORDERS Epidemiology, Etiopathogenesis, Clinical pictures, Course, differential, Comorbidity, Prognosis, Therapy.
n) PERSONALITY DISORDERS: Diagnosis and diagnosis GROUP A (Paranoid, Schizoid, Schizotypic); B (Antisocial, Borderline, Histrionic, Narcissistic); GROUP C (Avoidant, Dependent, Obsessive-Compulsive) Epidemiology, Etiopathogenesis, Clinical pictures, Course, Diagnosis and differential diagnosis, Comorbidity, Prognosis, Therapy.
5. TREATMENT a) PSYCHOPHARMACOTHERAPY; b) PSYCHOTHERAPY c) SOMATIC THERAPIES d) Psychiatric and psychosocial rehabilitation
6. ORGANIZATION OF DEPARTMENT of MENTAL HEALTH; MANDATORY MEDICAL TREATMENT
The history and origins of mental health problems, from a perspective that looks at the human being as a result of the social system as a whole. The function of the mother and the father's role in the development process. Neurosis, psychosis and perversion: diagnosis and guidelines in the therapeutic relationship. Transference and countertransference. The diagnosis of the main manifestations of mental suffering.
Neurological examination of the newborn and preterm infant
The psychomotor development
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Oppositional defiant disturbance, Conduct disorder
Motor coordination disorders
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