The patient who is somatizing or is bodily preoccupied
Every primary care clinic sees patients who are preoccupied with bodily complaints, or with the fear of disease, despite no apparent medical basis for these concerns. Primary care providers need an effective approach to managing these patients to reduce the amount of time required for their care and to prevent frustration that can arise from these complicated situations.
Psychiatry in primary care toolkit
The Psychiatry in Primary Care App has been decommissioned.
The revised print version of Psychiatry in Primary Care is avaible through the CAMH store.