New Roles for Psychologists in Medical Settings: Direct Services in a Hong Kong Accident and Emergency Department

@article{Kwok2013NewRF,
  title={New Roles for Psychologists in Medical Settings: Direct Services in a Hong Kong Accident and Emergency Department},
  author={W. O. Kwok and C. Tori and T. Rainer},
  journal={Open Journal of Medical Psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={02},
  pages={69-76}
}
Study Aim: Descriptions of the direct services of a psychologist (i.e. clinical psychology intern) in an accident and emergency department (AED) are provided as a new and rare area of professional practice. Method: Data were collected in a large, Hong Kong, government hospital over an eighteen-month period. Recipients included 281 patients, 150 medical staff members, and 44 relatives of patients. Results: Interventions with patients and their family members centered on crisis management… Expand

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