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  • Senior seminar slideshow.key

    1. 1. Schizophrenia Kala Conley Senior Seminar May 2011
    2. 2. Why I chose this topic
    3. 3. History of schizophrenia
    4. 4. History of schizophreniaPharaonic Egyptians 2000B.C.
    5. 5. History of schizophrenia Pharaonic Egyptians 2000B.C.Demons and evil sprits
    6. 6. History of schizophrenia Pharaonic Egyptians 2000B.C.Demons and evil spritsDr. Emile Kraepelin- 1887
    7. 7. Case Studies
    8. 8. Case StudiesShonda ~ paranoid schizophrenia
    9. 9. Case Studies Shonda ~ paranoid schizophreniaMaddie ~ 50 years old ~ undifferentiated schizophrenia
    10. 10. Case Studies Shonda ~ paranoid schizophreniaMaddie ~ 50 years old ~ undifferentiated schizophrenia
    11. 11. Audio Clip“Janssen’s Mindstorm”
    12. 12. Audio Clip“Janssen’s Mindstorm”
    13. 13. Electroconvulsive “Shock” Therapy (ECT)
    14. 14. Electroconvulsive “Shock” Therapy (ECT) ❖ Low voltage electric current
    15. 15. Electroconvulsive “Shock” Therapy (ECT) ❖ Low voltage electric current ❖Short lasting barbiturate
    16. 16. Electroconvulsive “Shock” Therapy (ECT) ❖ Low voltage electric current ❖Short lasting barbiturate❖ May experience a brief period of confusion, headache or muscle stiffness.
    17. 17. Cognitive Psychotherapy
    18. 18. Cognitive Psychotherapy ❖Teaches beliefs, expectations, assessments of self, the world, the nature of personal problems in the world, how we perceive ourselves and others, how we handle problems, and how successful we are in reaching goals in life
    19. 19. Social Skills Training
    20. 20. Social Skills Training ❖The work field
    21. 21. Social Skills Training ❖The work field ❖Social skills
    22. 22. Social Skills Training ❖The work field ❖Social skills
    23. 23. Individual Therapy
    24. 24. Individual Therapy ❖ Helps patients learn to handle difficult situations with stress.
    25. 25. Individual Therapy ❖ Helps patients learn to handle difficult situations with stress.❖ Helps to notice earlywarning signs of relapse
    26. 26. Relapse Prevention Programs
    27. 27. Relapse Prevention Programs Other patients help
    28. 28. Relapse Prevention Programs Other patients help Peer Support Groups
    29. 29. Relapse Prevention Programs Other patients help Peer Support Groups
    30. 30. Hospitalization
    31. 31. Hospitalization Treatment for: Severe Delusions Serious suicidal thoughtsInability to care for oneselfSevere drug/alcohol abuse
    32. 32. Hospitalization Treatment for: Severe Delusions Serious suicidal thoughtsInability to care for oneselfSevere drug/alcohol abuse
    33. 33. Hospitalization Treatment for: Severe Delusions Serious suicidal thoughtsInability to care for oneselfSevere drug/alcohol abuse
    34. 34. Family Support
    35. 35. Family SupportGood way of communicating with the family
    36. 36. Family Support Good way of communicating with the familyTeaches how to interact with someone on either a good or bad day.
    37. 37. Family Support Good way of communicating with the familyTeaches how to interact with someone on either a good or bad day.Educates them on what possibly could be going on in their brain.
    38. 38. Family Support Good way of communicating with the familyTeaches how to interact with someone on either a good or bad day.Educates them on what possibly could be going on in their brain.
    39. 39. Antipsychotic Medications
    40. 40. Antipsychotic Medications Help relieve the positive symptoms of the disease by correcting an imbalance in chemicals that enablebrain cells to communicate with eachother by blocking the receptors in the brain of dopamine.
    41. 41. Antipsychotic Medications Help relieve the positive symptoms of the disease by correcting an imbalance in chemicals that enablebrain cells to communicate with eachother by blocking the receptors in the brain of dopamine.
    42. 42. Antipsychotic Medications Help relieve the positive symptoms of the disease by correcting an imbalance in chemicals that enablebrain cells to communicate with eachother by blocking the receptors in the brain of dopamine.
    43. 43. Antipsychotic Medications Help relieve the positive symptoms of the disease by correcting an imbalance in chemicals that enablebrain cells to communicate with eachother by blocking the receptors in the brain of dopamine.
    44. 44. Atypical Medications
    45. 45. Atypical Medications Serotonin
    46. 46. Atypical Medications Serotonin Fewer side effects
    47. 47. Atypical Medications Serotonin Fewer side effectsReduce negative and positive symptoms
    48. 48. Atypical Medications Serotonin Fewer side effectsReduce negative and positive symptoms
    49. 49. Atypical Medications Serotonin Fewer side effectsReduce negative and positive symptoms
    50. 50. Atypical Medications Serotonin Fewer side effectsReduce negative and positive symptoms
    51. 51. Other Medications
    52. 52. Other Medications
    53. 53. Other Medications
    54. 54. Other Medications Anti-depressants
    55. 55. Other Medications Anti-depressants Anti-anxiety
    56. 56. Other Medications Anti-depressants Anti-anxietyLithium
    57. 57. Other Medications Anti-depressants Anti-anxiety LithiumAnti-Epileptic
    58. 58. My Mentorship
    59. 59. My Mentorship
    60. 60. My Mentorship
    61. 61. My Mentorship
    62. 62. My MentorshipCathy Chandler
    63. 63. My Mentorship Machias Veterans’ HomeCathy Chandler
    64. 64. My Mentorship Machias Veterans’ Home Dementia PatientsCathy Chandler
    65. 65. My Project
    66. 66. My Project Book of medications to treat schizophrenia
    67. 67. Any Questions?

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