Readership: Psychiatrists and other mental health professionals, policy makers in public and mental health, and patient groups.
Edited by Dinesh Bhugra, Professor of Mental Health and Cultural Diversity, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London, and President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, UK, Amit Malik, Hampshire Partnership NHS Trust, UK, and George Ikkos, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore, Middlesex, UK
"This is a pivotal book for our profession, and please do read it! ...The book edited by Bhugra, Malik and Ikkos should (and will) become a reference text for all those interested in the future of the psychiatric profession and mental health care practice."
"This is a pivotal book for our profession, and please do read it! This book is a fascinating account of how the psychiatric profession has envolved and where it should be heading, and of the high level of scientific foundation, differentiation and discourse on which it can build." - Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica
1: Dinesh Bhugra: Introduction
2: George Ikkos: Psychiatry, Professionalism and Society: a note on past and present
3: Robin Downie: Professions, Related Occupations, and Ethics
4: Lord Adebowale: What is Expected of Doctors?
5: Paul Freddolino and Martin Knapp: Economics and Society: efficiency, equity and choice
6: Dinesh Bhugra, Susham Gupta, Genevieve Smyth, Martin Webber: Stakeholders' Expectations of Psychiatric Professionalism
7: Greg Lydall and Amit Malik: Training and Professionalism
8: Daniel McQueen, George Ikkos, Paul St John- Smith, Philip Kemp, Povl Munk-Jørgensen, and Albert Michael: What do Clinical Psychiatrists Expect?
9: Richard Cruess and Sylvia Cruess: Teaching Professionalism
10: Sylvia Cruess and Richard Cruess: Medicine's Social Contract with Society: Its nature, evolution and present state
11: Paul Lelliott: The Role of Psychiatrists and their Professional Associations in the Regulation and Performance Management of Mental Health Services
12: Carole Kaplan: Professionalism, Regulation, Scrutiny and Litigation
13: Hugh Griffiths: Psychiatry's Contract with Society: a personal perspective from England
14: Laurence Mynors-Wallis: Revalidation and Professionalism
15: Naaz Coker: Professionalism and Medicine: a managerial perspective
16: Edwin Borman: Changing Professionalism
17: Garry Walter and Michael Robertson: Psychiatric Ethics and the 'New Professionalism'
18: Dinesh Bhugra and Amit Malik: Psychiatry's Contract: where next?