By Linda Gask
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David Clark surprised his colleagues by taking the post of medical superintendent of Fulbourn Hospital in Cambridge after serving in northern Europe and the Far East as a parachute regiment medical officer. He wanted to improve the conditions of long-stay patients at the hospital and was fascinated by the social approaches that had been developed. The experience of war and its aftermath seemed to have been important: It was these experiences that taught me of the extraordinary things that men did to one another and the immense effect that the environment had on people.
1999). • • • • • • • acute confusional states and dementias affective disorders anxiety, panic and phobias conduct and emotional disorders of childhood and adolescence obsessive-compulsive disorder schizophrenia substance misuse and dependence Box 2 Skills thought by less than 85% of respondents to a questionnaire sent to medical schools in the UK and Ireland to represent core psychiatric skills that medical students should be taught (from Ring et al. 1999). • ability to communicate effectively with mentally ill patients of all ages and developmental levels • ability to take a full psychiatric history and mental state examination • ability to formulate a differential diagnosis • ability to consider family relationships and their impact on individuals • ability to perform physical and simple psychological investigations in patients presenting with psychological symptoms • ability to assess suicidal risk They agreed that it was important that students demonstrate a commitment to maximizing the social integration of patients with mental health problems and be sensitive to patient concerns about the stigma attaching to mental illness.
The late Robert Kendell, a distinguished academic, former Chief Medical Officer for Scotland and then President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, wrote clearly about the proper function of medical ‘Royal Colleges’ that control entry to the higher echelons of the profession through examinations (1998). No doctor trained in the UK can get on to the specialist register of the General Medical Council or obtain a National Health Service consultant post without completing a training programme approved by one of the Royal Colleges and passing the appropriate Membership or Fellowship examination.
A Short Introduction to Psychiatry (Short Introductions to the Therapy Professions) by Linda Gask