Two key DSM-5 draft proposal documents (Somatic Symptom Disorders)

Two key DSM-5 draft proposal documents (Somatic Symptom Disorders)

Post #20 Shortlink: http://wp.me/pKrrB-zN

On 10 February, I posted information on the DSM-5 Somatic Symptom Disorders Work Group’s proposal to rename DSM-IV category “Somatoform Disorders” to “Somatic Symptoms Disorders”.

I included information on the proposed new classification:

Complex Somatic Symptom Disorder (CSSD)

and proposals for combining Somatoform Disorders, Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Condition (PFAMC), and Factitious Disorders under a common rubric entitled Somatic Symptom Disorders.

Links and further information on this Dx Revision Watch page: DSM-5 drafts where draft proposals and revisions and are set out for two examples:

Example [1] Complex Somatic Symptom Disorder [Proposed new classification]

and

Example [2] 316 Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Condition [Proposed should be revised]

Two key PDF documents are associated with these proposals:

     PDF Somatic Symptom Disorders Introduction DRAFT 1/29/10 DRAFT January 29, 2010
     PDF Justification of Criteria – Somatic Symptoms DRAFT 1/29/10 DRAFT January 29, 2010

 

Source: Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine Annual Meeting, Nevada, November 2009 workshop presentation, Francis Creed, MD, FRCP: Can We Now Explain Medically Unexplained Symptoms? [4]

Related material

1] APA’s new DSM-5 Development pages 

2] DSM-5 and ICD-11 Watch page: DSM-5 drafts (links and information on proposed revisons to DSM-IV “Somatoform Disorders” and draft criteria for DSM-5 “Somatic Symptom Disorders” )

3] Submitting comments in the DSM-5 Draft Proposal review process  Post #21 (to follow)

4] Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine Annual Meeting, Nevada, November 2009.  Workshop presentations: DSM-V for Psychosomatic Medicine: Current Progress and Controversies

PRESENTERS’ SLIDES
Francis Creed, MD, FRCP: Can We Now Explain Medically Unexplained Symptoms? [Slides only]
Lawson Wulsin, MD, FAPM: DSM V for Psychosomatic Medicine: Current Progress and Controversies [Slides only]
Joel Dimsdale, MD, FAPM: Update on DSM V Somatic Symptoms Workgroup [Text only]

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