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Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Three DVD
Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Three DVD

This programme is part of a series of lectures presented by Dr. Colin Murray Parkes, an expert in the field of bereavement. In this part of the series, he explores the nature of attachment pertaining to bereavement in both children and adults, and the risk factors involved. This lecture is divided into three parts, each ending with main teaching points highlighted.

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Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Four DVD
Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Four DVD

This programme is part of a series of lectures presented by Dr. Colin Murray Parkes, an expert in the field of bereavement. In this part of the series, he explores how gender and age ca affect risk factors after a bereavement. This lecture is divided into three parts, each ending with main teaching points highlighted.

  • £10.00


Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Five DVD
Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Five DVD

This programme is part of a series of lectures presented by Dr. Colin Murray Parkes, an expert in the field of bereavement. In this part of the series, he explores methods of preventing health problems after bereavement and their effectiveness, support for people at special risk and the role of health care teams. This lecture is divided into three parts, each ending with main teaching points highlighted.

  • £10.00


Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Six DVD
Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Six DVD

This programme is part of a series of lectures presented by Dr. Colin Murray Parkes, an expert in the field of bereavement. In this part of the series, he explores the effects of traumatic bereavements, dissociative symptoms and treatment options. This lecture is divided into five parts, each ending with main teaching points highlighted.

  • £10.00


Bereavement in Obstetrics 2016 DVD
Bereavement in Obstetrics 2016 DVD

There are three sections, including an interview with 'Jenny' who speaks about the loss of her baby. This is followed by 'Not Too Small To Mourn' - a drama documentary of late in-utero death. Last of all there is 'Loss Before LIfe', which is an interview with a couple who discuss their experiences and feelings following a miscarriage.

  • £10.00


Clinical Case Studies: Volume Two DVD
Clinical Case Studies: Volume Two DVD

A useful collection of clinical material - the common and uncommon. Porphyria & Psychiatry, Parkinson's Disease and Depression, and Hypomania are all featured.

  • £10.00


Clinical Case Studies: Volume Four DVD
Clinical Case Studies: Volume Four DVD

Four interviews with patients experiencing symptoms varying from psychotic & delusional, hallucinations and symptoms of agitated depression.

  • £10.00


Clinical Case Studies: Volume Three - Tragedy in Psychiatry DVD
Clinical Case Studies: Volume Three - Tragedy in Psychiatry DVD

Interviews with patient and mother, featuring discussion about diagnostic problems and subsequent management. At times this teaching programme is harrowing to watch.

  • £10.00


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  • Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture One, Part One

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Thirty Year Study - Part 1

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Thirty Year Study - Part 2

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Thirty Year Study - Part 3

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Thirty Year Study - Part 4

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Thirty Year Study - Part 5

  • Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture One, Part Two

  • Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture One, Part Three

  • Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture One, Part Four

  • Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Two, Part One

  • Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Two, Part Two

  • Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Two, Part Three

  • Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Three, Part One

  • Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Three, Part Two

  • Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Three, Part Three

  • Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Four, Part One

  • Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Four, Part Two

  • Bereavement, Loss & Change: Lecture Four, Part Three

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