10 black & white tables, 5 black & white line drawings
Antonina A. Mikocka-Walus, Simon R. Knowles
Table Of Contents
1. IBD: What Is It and Does Psyche Have Anything to Do With It? Jane M. Andrews 2. Stress, Distress and IBD Kathryn A. Sexton and Charles N. Bernstein 3. The Brain-gut Axis (BGA) and Psychological Processes in IBD Emeran A. Mayer, Sylvie Bradesi, Arpana Gupta and David J. Katibian 4. Microbiota and Psychological Processes and IBD Peter De Cruz 5. Diagnostic Procedures in IBD: Addressing Common Client Concerns Gregory T. C. Moore 6. Psychosocial Aspects of IBD in Paediatric and Adolescent Patients: The Impact of Transition James Lindsay 7. IBD in the Elderly Marci Reiss and Sunanda Kane 8. Sexual Function, Contraception and IBD Reme Mountifield 9. Fertility and pregnancy in patients with IBD C. Janneke van der Woude 10. IBS in IBD, and Psychological Implications Anil K. Asthana and Peter R. Gibson 11. IBD, Cancer, and its Psychosocial Impact Simon R. Knowles and Finlay Macrae 12. Patients and IBD Surgery: Rightful Fears and Preconceptions Antonino Spinelli and Francesco Pagnini 13. Standard Medical Care, Side-effects and Compliance Philip Hendy, Yoram Inspector and Ailsa Hart 14. Diet, Nutrition, and Mental Health in IBD Sue Shepherd 15. Fatigue and IBD Daniel van Langenberg 16. Cross-Cultural Aspects of IBD Ray Boyapati and Christopher Leung 17. Psychological Assessment and the Use of Questionnaires in IBD Cohorts Simon R. Knowles 18. IBD, Psychosocial Functioning and the Role of Nurses Julie Duncan 19. Psychological Treatment Outcomes in IBD, Methodological Issues, and Future Directions Lesley A. Graff 20. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Hypnotherapy for IBD Laurie Keefer 21. Antidepressants and IBD Antonina A. Mikocka-Walus 22. Complementary and Alternative Medicine in IBD Randi Opheim and Bjorn Moum 23. Future Directions in IBD - eHealth Simon R. Knowles 24. Future Directions in IBD - The Biopsychosocial Care, the Integrated Care Antonina A. Mikocka-Walus
Simon R. Knowles is Senior Lecturer of Psychology at Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. His research and clinical interests include biopsychosocial aspects of gastroenterology. Simon runs an active private clinical psychology practice that specialises in working with individuals with chronic illnesses of the gastrointestinal system. He has several honorary positions including Melbourne University, Royal Melbourne Hospital, and St Vincent's Hospital (Melbourne). Antonina A. Mikocka-Walus is Senior Lecturer and Lead of Psychology in Relation to Health at the University of York, UK, and Visiting Associate Professor in Psychology at the University of Adelaide, Australia. She specialises in psycho-gastroenterology and conducts studies on psychotherapies and antidepressant treatment in chronic gastrointestinal conditions.