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- 1 The history of the biopsychosocial approach in medicine: before and after EngelEdward Shorter
- 2 The theoretical basis of the biopsychosocial modelHelge Malmgren
- 3 Remediable or preventable social factors in the aetiology and prognosis of medical disordersMichael Marmot
- 4 Remediable or preventable psychological factors in the aetiology and prognosis of medical disordersAndrew Steptoe
- 5 The biopsychosocial approach: a note of cautionGeorge Davey Smith
- 6 Can neurobiology explain the relationship between stress and disease?Stafford Lightman
- 7 Fear and depression as remediable causes of disability in common medical conditions in primary careMichael Von Korff
- 8 How important is the biopsychosocial approach?: Some examples from researchJos Kleijnen
- 9 Complementary and alternative medicine: shopping for health in post-modern times Adrian Furnham
- 10 A case of irritable bowel syndrome that illustrates the biopsychosocial model of illness Doug Drossman
- 11 Are the patient-centred and biopsychosocial approaches compatible? Francis Creed
- 12 What are the barriers to healthcare systems using a biopsychosocial approach and how might they be overcome?Kate Lorig
- 13 Final discussion: how to overcome the barriers
- 14 Beyond the biomedical to the biopsychosocial: integrated medicinePeter White