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Diagnosis/Classification

  • Diagnostic Criteria Index - From PsychNet-UK, this is an alphabetical list of disorders with links to their diagnostic criteria for DSM-IV

CIDI

DSM-IV

ICD- 10

  • ICD-10 - WHO Full ICD-10 documentation

  • Mental disorders in primary care (ICD- 10) - This educational "toolkit" has been developed by World Health Organization (WHO) to assist primary health care providers in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders. Information modules included in this "toolkit" cover a range of mental disorders, including depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, alcohol use disorders, insomnia, chronic fatigue syndrome, and unexplained somatic complaints.

  • World Health Report, Mental and behavioural disorders classified in ICD-10 - A complete list of all mental and behavioural disorders is given in The ICD-10 classification of mental and behavioural disorders: clinical descriptions and diagnostic guidelines.

  • Types of Mental Health Problems - Despite the controversy surrounding the definitions and usefulness of the term 'mental illness', mental health problems today still remain largely in the province of psychiatry, and hence are usually discussed in medical terms. (the Mental Health Foundation, UK)

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