Psychiatry 1

Data

Official data in SubjectManager for the following academic year: 2022-2023

Course director

  • Dr. Tamás TÉNYI

    professor,
    Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy

Number of hours/semester

lectures: 14 hours

practices: 28 hours

seminars: 0 hours

total of: 42 hours

Subject data

  • Code of subject: OAK-PS1-T
  • 3 kredit
  • General Medicine
  • Clinical modul
  • autumn
Prerequisites:

OAP-MT5-T completed , OAP-PA2-T completed , OAP-GT2-T completed

Course headcount limitations

min. 5 – max. 50

Topic

Requirements
To acquire the knowledge and skills of clinical psychiatry in the general practice
Themes:
- The essential psychopathological symptoms and syndromes
- The treatment of the ill patient?s emotional responses
- Psychological first aid and psychiatric emergencies in crisis and stress situations
- Exploration, evaluation of the psychiatric patients
- Biological and psychological therapeutic interventions
- Prevention and postvention of psychiatric disorders
- Psychiatric care and mentalhygienic activity in the general practice (Psychiatric interview in Hungarian)
- Practices (first and second semesters)
- Psychiatric evaluation (interview, psychiatric history, mental status examination) /2 x 2 hrs/
- Anxiety disorders (amiety, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder) /2 x 2 hrs/
- Conditions which mimic physical disease (somatisation disorders, conversion disorder, hypochondriasis, somatoform pain disorder) /2 x 2 hrs/
- Psychosomatic disorders /2 x 2 hrs/
- Psychosexual disorders/dysfunction and paraphilia /2 hrs/
Practices:
- Observation, description and evaluation of the patients? behaviour

Lectures

  • 1. Introduction to psychiatry - Dr. Tényi Tamás
  • 2. Psychiatric interview - Dr. Tényi Tamás
  • 3. Anxiety disorders - Dr. Tényi Tamás
  • 4. Somatic symptom disorders, obsessive-compulsive and related disorders - Dr. Tényi Tamás
  • 5. Dissociative disorders, trauma and stress related disorders - Dr. Tényi Tamás
  • 6. Psychosomatic illnesses - Dr. Tényi Tamás
  • 7. Eating disorders - Dr. Tényi Tamás
  • 8. Sexual disorders - Dr. Tényi Tamás
  • 9. Sleep-Wake disorders - Dr. Fekete Sándor
  • 10. Factitious disorders, impulse-control disorders - Dr. Tényi Tamás
  • 11. Emergency psychiatry - Dr. Osváth Péter
  • 12. Suicide - Dr. Fekete Sándor
  • 13. Biological therapies - Dr. Tényi Tamás
  • 14. Psychosocial therapies - Dr. Tényi Tamás

Practices

  • 0. Adjusment disorders I
  • 0. Crisis intervention II
  • 0. Suicide III
  • 0. Adjusment disorders IV
  • 0. Psychopathology II
  • 0. Crisis intervention I
  • 0. Psychopathology III
  • 0. Sleep disorders I
  • 0. Adjusment disorders III
  • 0. Sleep disorders II
  • 0. Adjusment disorders II
  • 0. Anxiety II
  • 0. Anxiety I
  • 0. Psychopathology VI
  • 0. Psychopathology V
  • 0. Psychopathology IV
  • 0. Psychopathology I
  • 0. Suicide I
  • 0. Psychosomatic disorders IV
  • 0. Personality disorders I
  • 0. Suicide IV
  • 0. Psychosomatic disorders I
  • 0. Psychosomatic disorders II
  • 0. Psychosomatic disorders III
  • 0. Personality disorders II
  • 0. Personality disorders III
  • 0. Personality disorders IV
  • 0. Suicide II

Seminars

Reading material

Obligatory literature

Literature developed by the Department

Notes

Recommended literature

H. I. Kaplan, B. J. Sadock, Grebb: Synopsis of Psychiatry, 7th edition, Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, 1994

Conditions for acceptance of the semester

According to the Code of Studies and Examinations

Mid-term exams

According to the Code of Studies and Examinations

Making up for missed classes

According to the Code of Studies and Examinations

Exam topics/questions

1./ Psychiatric anamnesis and interview
Classification of anxiety disorder
2./ The mental status
Sleep-wake disorders
3./ Diagnosis and differential diagnosis of psychosis
Somatic symptom and related disorders
4./ Disturbances of consciousness
Sexual dysfunctions
5./ Disturbances of orientation
Psychosomatic disorders
6./ Disturbances of memory
Impulse-control, and factitius disorders
7./ Disturbances of attention
The most important features of psychotherapy
8./ Disturbances of perception
Panic and generalised anxiety disorders
9./ Disturbances of thinking
Suicidal behaviour - treatment and prevention
10./ Disturbances of affectivity
Dissociative disorders
11./ History of psychiatry
Emergency psychiatry
12./ The symptoms of anxiety
Dynamic psychotherapies
13./ Disturbances and examination of intelligence
Cognitive and behaviour psychotherapies
14./ Disturbances of motor behaviour
Adjustment disorders and psychological crisis, crisis-intervention
15./ Disturbances of instincts
Client-centered psychotherapy
16./ Disturbances of judgment and insight
Obsessive-compulsive disorder
17./ Symptoms of delirium
Classification of mental disorders
18./ Concept and types of delusions
The main factors of suicidal behaviour from neurobiology to culture
19./ Differential diagnosis of anxiety disorders
The main factors of emergency psychiatry
20./ The Ekbom-symptom
Conversion disorder
21./ The clinical significance of hallucinations and illusions
The examination and treatment of desorientated patient
22./ The symptoms of catatonia
Psychosocial crisis, presuicidal syndrome, cry for help
23./ Types of phobias
The examination and treatment of aggressive patients

Examiners

  • Dr. Fekete Sándor
  • Dr. Hajnal András Sándor
  • Dr. Herold Róbert
  • Dr. Osváth Péter
  • Dr. Simon Mária
  • Dr. Tényi Tamás
  • Dr. Vörös Viktor

Instructor / tutor of practices and seminars

  • Dr. Gáti Ágnes
  • Dr. Hajnal András Sándor
  • Dr. Herold Róbert
  • Dr. Kovács Attila
  • Dr. Osváth Péter
  • Dr. Simon Mária
  • Dr. Tényi Tamás
  • Dr. Vörös Viktor