Diagnosing dementia, treating personality disorder

05:34 EDT 16 Sep 2013 | British Medical Journal

inda Gask, professor of primary care psychiatry at the University of Manchester, explains why a personality disorder diagnosis is not as hopeless as many patients and doctors fear. Also Carol Brayne, professor of public health at the University of Cambridge, discusses how to make the most of the UK government’s push to diagnose dementia, even...

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