Volume 5 Issue 3 - 2011 (6)

Monday, 14 November 2011 04:26

Editorial

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Listening and Learning seems to be the order of the day. Before this issue hits your floor mat the government’s, “Listening Exercise”, on the NHS reforms will have been completed and the policy enunciated by Andrew Lansley, and at inception agreed and signed off with Lib/Dem approval, will be dead or marginally watered down for appeasement. If the former I suspect Mr Lansley will have to be politically sacrificed.

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Abstract

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) comprises a triad of:
• Hyperactivity
• Impulsivity
• Inattention These behaviours are inconsistent with the child’s developmental/chronological age, and are present in multiple settings, over a period of time (>6 months), causing functional impairment. Multidisciplinary management, including behavioural and pharmacological interventions, improves outcome.

Monday, 14 November 2011 04:26

Anorexia

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Abstract

Anorexia nervosa (AN) can be a challenging illness for a primary care team to detect and manage in the community. Early diagnosis and effective treatment of patients with AN has been shown to improve prognosis. General practitioners can play a vital role in diagnosis and providing medical support for AN patients.

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