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By M. H. Friedrich (auth.), Prof. Dr. Dr. H. Remschmidt, Prof. Dr. H. van Engeland (eds.)

The purpose of this e-book is to supply an outline of kid and adolescent psychiatry in Europe, targeting the ancient improvement, present state of affairs, and destiny views of the area of expertise. baby and adolescent psychiatry is now stated as a clinical forte or subspecialty in just about all eu nations. additionally, the variety of baby psychia­ trists has elevated dramatically during the last decade. despite the fact that, there are nonetheless huge, immense ameliorations from kingdom to state, not just in regards to the num­ ber of experts, but in addition in regards to the level and nature of prone supplied and their diagnostic and healing orientation. in addition, vital range­ ences exist within the education curricula for baby and adolescent psychiatry inside drugs and different specialist fields, either inside and out the schools, and within the snapshot and significance of this self-discipline to the general public. This variety can be mirrored within the experiences at the old improvement, present scenario and destiny views of kid and adolescent psychiatry in 31 eu international locations, all following a similar constitution with a view to facilitate compa­ rability. This constitution contains (1) the old improvement and the present scenario, (2) class structures and diagnostic and healing tools, (3) constitution and association of companies, (4) cooperation with different scientific and non-medical disciplines, (5) education and carrying on with scientific schooling, (6) study, and (7) destiny perspectives.

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The decision to classify IMPs in the education sector comes from their administrative and, for most of them, functional organization; it is clear, however, that these structures have a dual function: education and, at the same time, treatment. Moreover, some IMPs have developed a real therapy project, which would tend to have them classified in the health sector. -P. Matot et al. of handicap and not that of pathology. There is, at the moment, a real danger of doing away with the therapy aspect of IMPs, and this danger becomes obvious when their pedopsychiatric function is again being questioned.

As a general rule, doctors who wish to turn to pedo-psychiatry must complete two and sometimes three years of training in places where pedo-psychiatric specialization is available, making sure, usually, that they can benefit from clinical experience with children and adolescents, both in hospitals and in extra-hospital institutions. -P. Matot et al. adolescent psychiatry has made it impossible to train a sufficient number of child and adolescent psychiatrists to fill all the positions needed, both in public services - who have called on adult psychiatrists as a result - and in independent practices.

Matot et al. ledged: this is confirmed by the number of societies and of associations distinct from adult psychiatric ones. In hospitals, child and adolescent psychiatry is often part of a psychiatric department and more rarely part of a pediatrics department. In mental health services, the child and adolescent psychiatry teams may operate as autonomous units or as an additional service to the adult patients' team. Despite it being administratively included into general psychiatry, which seems highly arguable and tends, as we see it, to ignore, in a general way, the specific status of children and adolescents in our society, despite that fact, the functional ties between general psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry are far from being satisfactory.

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