What do psychiatrists do?

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1. Inquiries

1.1. Public Inquiries

1.2. Coroner's courts

1.3. Local inquiries

1.4. National Inquiries

1.4.1. Homicide

1.4.2. Suicide

1.4.3. National Confidential Inquiry

2. Managerial

2.1. Medical Director roles

2.2. Clinical director roles

2.3. Chief Executive roles (rarely)

2.4. Clinical Governance

3. Academic

3.1. Lecturing

3.2. Audit & Research

3.2.1. Local

3.2.2. Pharmaceutical

3.2.3. National

4. Clinical

4.1. Assessments

4.1.1. For detention in hospital

4.1.2. For courts

4.1.3. Risk assessments

4.1.3.1. Risk to others

4.1.3.2. Risk to self

4.2. Supervision

4.2.1. Trainees

4.2.2. Nurses

4.2.3. GMC doctors

4.3. Treatments

4.3.1. Multidisciplinary approaches

4.3.2. Psychiatric

4.3.2.1. Biological

4.3.2.1.1. Medications

4.3.2.1.2. ECT

4.3.2.1.3. Magnetic stimulation

4.3.2.2. Psychological

4.3.2.2.1. Psychotherapies

4.3.2.2.2. Emotional support

4.3.2.3. Social

4.3.2.3.1. Family therapy

4.3.3. Physical

4.3.3.1. Treat physical disorders

4.3.3.1.1. diabetes

4.3.3.1.2. obesity

4.3.3.1.3. neurological disorders

4.3.3.1.4. epilepsy

4.3.3.1.5. musculoskeletal

5. Expert witness

5.1. Public Inquiries

5.2. Courts

5.3. Human Rights

5.4. Equality & Diversity

6. Judicial

6.1. Disability Tribunals

6.2. Criminal Injury Tribunals

6.3. Mental health Tribunals

7. Regulatory

7.1. General Medical Council

7.1.1. Fitness to practise panels

7.1.2. Medical Examiner/Supervisor

7.2. Care Quality Commission

7.3. Other health regulatory bodies

8. Educational

8.1. Charities

8.2. Local teaching and training.

8.3. Teaching

8.3.1. Medical students

8.3.2. Multi-disciplinary teams

8.4. Royal College of Psyhciatrists

9. National level

9.1. NCAS

9.2. DOH

9.3. NICE

9.4. Care Quality Commission

9.5. Liasion with registered charities

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11. Specialist Psychiatry Roles

11.1. Academic

11.2. Addictions & gambling disorders

11.3. Child & Adolescent

11.4. Eating disorders

11.5. Forensic

11.6. General Psychiatry

11.7. Learning disorders

11.8. Liaison

11.9. Old Age

11.10. Prison

11.11. Rehabilitation

11.12. Social Psychiatry

11.13. Women's disorders

11.14. Other

11.14.1. private representation

11.14.2. arbitration

11.14.3. mediation