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Grief and Bereavement: What Psychiatrists Need to Know

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This article provides a review and summary of four areas of grief that are important for psychiatrists: (1) uncomplicated (normal) grief, (2) complicated grief, (3) grief-related major depression, and (4) psychiatrist reactions to patient suicides. [Authors: Zisook, S., and Shear, K.]
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World Psychiatry