Category Archive: Cochrane Behavioral Medicine Field

The Place of Ethical Concerns in Psychology

Ethics plays an important role in psychology from the beginning of the treatment process through rehabilitation. There are many ethical concerns that can arise all of which must be dealt with along the way. These various concerns can also vary from one psychological setting to another. These settings include: hospitals, physical rehabilitation centers and facilities …

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Why Do Panic Patients See So Many Doctors?

Panic patients are suddenly hit with a barrage of physical symptoms, “Out of Blue”. When dizziness, heart pounding, shortness of breath, weakness, numbness in the hands and feet and hot cold spells strike without apparent cause, panic sufferer frequently seek medical evaluations (Emergency Room Visits, Family Doctor) to determine the cause. Ballenger (1987) states that …

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A Pain Management Psychologist – What is My Doctor Thinking?

Does my doctor think that my pain is all in my head? No! Your doctor knows that your pain is real and very complicated. Regardless of the origin of pain in your body, the pain is recognized and processed in your mind. What is chronic pain? Chronic pain is any pain that persists for at …

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Most Common Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice is a big issue nowadays. Doctors, nurses, dentist and other health-related professions studied hard, take qualifying and licensure examinations, and sometimes enrolled themselves in continuing educational programs like master’s or doctorate degree but still they still commit errors. Everyday in our life we commit mistake, that’s normal; but mistake in medical field is …

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