Psychosomatic Approach and Health Services in the USA: A View from 1986
This presentation focuses on the influence of the psychosomatic movement upon research and the practice of psychiatry, and its relationship with other branches of medicine in the community. It will attempt to show that the psychosomatic approach has become a unifying force in psychiatric management, rehabilitation and prevention.
KeywordsPsychosomatic Medicine Biopsychosocial Approach Unify Force Psychiatric Management General Hospital Psychiatry
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