Developmental - Behavioral Pediatrics 5th edition
Developmental - Behavioral Pediatrics 5th edition
|Auteur(s)||HEIDI M FELDMAN, ELLEN ROY ELIAS, NATHAN J BLUM, MANUEL JIMENEZ, TERRY STANCIN|
|Éditeur||ELSEVIER HEALTH SCIENCES|
|Taille||21 x 27|
Description détaillée : Developmental - Behavioral Pediatrics 5th edition
Addressing the major advances in biomedical, psychological, social, and environmental sciences over the past decade, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics, 5th Edition, remains the reference of choice for professionals in a wide range of fields, including medicine and health care, education, social service, advocacy, and public policy.
This foundational, pioneering resource emphasizes children's assets and liabilities, not just categorical labels. Comprehensive in scope, it offers information and guidance on normal development and behavior, psychosocial, and biologic influences on development, developmental disorders, neurodevelopmental disabilities, and mental health conditions. It also discusses tools and strategies for diagnosis and management, including new assessments that can be used in telehealth encounters.
Offers a highly practical focus, emphasizing clinical approaches to evaluation, counseling, treatment, and on going care.
Provides new or expanded information on the oretical foundations of human development and behavior; trauma, adverse childhood events, and resilience across the life span; mechanisms of genetic, epigenetic, and neurological conditions; and principles of psychological assessment, including a broad array of evaluation approaches.
Discusses management and treatment for developmental and behavioral conditions, spanning common factors, cognitive behavior therapies, rehabilitative services, integrative medicine, and psychopharmacology.
Contains up-to-date chapters on celebrating socio-cultural diversity and addressing racism and bias, acute stress and post-traumatic stress disorder in youth, sexuality and variation, and alternatives to restrictive guardianship.
Begins each chapter with a colorful vignette that demonstrates the importance of the human dimensions of developmental-behavioral pediatrics.
Offers viewpoints from an interdisciplinary team of editors and contributors, representing developmental-behavioral pediatrics, general pediatrics, psychiatry, psychology, occupational and physical therapy, speech-language pathology, and law.
Provides the latest drug informationin the updated and revised chapters on psycho pharmacology.
Includes key points boxes, tables, pictures, and diagrams to clarify and enhance the text.
Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
About the Authors:
Heidi M Feldman Ballinger-Swindells Professor of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, California
Ellen Roy Elias Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, Colorado
Nathan J Blum MD, Chief, Division of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, Director, Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Program, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Manuel Jimenez MD, MS, FAAP, Assistant Professor and Chancellor's Scholar, Departments of Pediatrics, Family Medicine and Community Health, Director of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Education, The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities, Rutgers
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; Attending Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrician, Children's Specialized Hospital, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Terry Stancin PhD , Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology, MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland, Ohio
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Date de parution :
01 septembre 2022
Sommaire : Developmental - Behavioral Pediatrics 5th edition
Part II: Environmental influences
- Increasing understanding of the importance of epigenetics and mechanisms at a molecular level
- Impact of Adverse childhood events (ACEs) across the life span
- Changes in environments in the age of mass violence
- Impact of climate change on children and families
- Increasing numbers of children who are immigrants, refugees
- Human trafficking
- The increasing presence of electronic media
- Increasing awareness of the corrosive effects of unconscious bias, racism
Part III: Biological influences
- Increasing understanding of genetic mechanisms of disease
- Increasing understanding of neural systems
- Further understanding of specific conditions, such as Fragile X, prematurity
Part V: Outcomes
- Conceptualizations: Dimensions rather than diseases
- How this new conceptualization can be considered
o Social ability and disability
o Compliance to opposition
o Passivity to aggression, violence
o Social withdrawal to enhanced social need
o Mental health to mental illness
o Spectrum of sexuality (non-binary)
- Self-esteem, self-relations, self-control
o Power of mindset
Part VI: School outcomes
- New construct of universal design for learning
- Understanding learning disorders including genetics, neural systems, impact of intervention
Part VII: Physical outcomes
- Obesity epidemic
- Increasing understanding of sleep, differential diagnosis of sleep disturbance
Part VIII: Developmental disorders
- New approaches to the management of Cerebral Palsy
- Replacement of term Mental Retardation with Intellectual Disablity
- Biological basis and natural history of autism, new treatments for autism
Part IX: Assessment
- Appreciation of developmental screening
Part X: Management
- Advances in psychopharmacology
- Increasing awareness of challenges of transition
Part XI: Legal issues
- Autism Cares Act
- Health care reform
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