Diagnostic interviews

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  • Studies which use structured diagnostic interviews, rather than self-report questionnaires, tend to find lower rates of depression. Using a two-step process with the EPDS as a screen, followed by a structured clinical interview, a Nigerian study found that 8.3% of semiurban pregnant women were diagnosed with major or minor depressive disorder (Adewuya, Ola, Aloba, Dada, & Fasoto, 2007). Using a structured interview alone, Felice and colleagues found that 14.

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  • The advantages and limitations of conventional structural MRI for the diagnosis and monitoring of MS are discussed by Andreadou (Chapter 15). There is often a disparity between the level of structural abnormality seen on MRI and level of cognitive difficulties expressed by the patient with MS. Clinical interview and neuropsychological assessment are vitally impairment, not only from an initial diagnostic perspective but also in terms of longer term planning and care.

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  • Providers who agreed to participate and scheduled an interview were sent a consent form for the study and a baseline questionnaire (on services provided, type of clinical staff employed, and number of WHP clients served) by email or fax to be returned to the interviewers. The phone interviews lasted approximately 20-30 minutes each, were conducted by 2 researchers in order for one to take notes, and were based upon interview guides developed for PPFA providers and non-PPFA providers.

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  • Suicide is the third leading cause of death among adolescents, exceeded S only by homicide and accidents (Minifio, Arias, Kochanek, Murphy, & Smith, 2002). Despite a decrease in the rate of completed suicides from 1994 to 2000, the suicide rate for youths is still considerably higher (10.4 per 100,000 in 2000 for 15- to 24year-olds; Minifio et al., 2002) than it was several decades ago (4.5 per 100,000 for 15- to 24year-olds in 1950; National Center for Health Statistics, 2000).

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  • Navigant conducted initial meetings with the Port Authority’s Chief Administrative Officer and  Human Resource departments.  Subsequent to the meetings, information requests were sent in  order  to  facilitate  the  review  of  key  documents  and  other  pertinent  information.  Navigant  reviewed multiple  documents,  conducted  numerous  in  person  and  telephonic  interviews  as  well as performed detailed analyses of base pay, overtime, “add‐on” compensation, healthcare  costs, and other benefit analyses.

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  • As part of the project we follow an ascertainment protocol which involves several measures and procedures. Parents or guardians must complete an informed consent form with the help of a psychologist or social worker. Subsequently, parents are interviewed using the Vineland Behavior Adaptive Scales, a structured interview about adaptive behavior (observed communication, social behavior, and daily living skills at home and in the community).

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  • This book contains twenty client profiles to use in practicing interviewing and diagnostic skills. Ten profiles are of adult cases ranging in age from eighteen to seventy (chapters 3-12). Ten profiles are of child or teen cases ranging in age from seven to seventeen (chapters 13-22). In addition to age, the twenty profiles vary in terms of ethnicity, gender, national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, presenting problems, and level of problem severity. The instructor can have students simply read through these profiles and then complete the three sets of exercises that follow them.

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  • Patients provide valid informed consent to a treatment or a diagnostic procedure if they have sufficient capacity, have been given appropriate information, and give consent freely without coercion or undue influence. When a patient’s capacity for treatment consent is in doubt, a clinician must determine whether the patient indeed has the capacity. It is a common reason behind requests for psychiatric consultations in a general hospital (Appelbaum, 2007).

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  • It could be concluded from this study that the disease incidence and prevalence fate amongst children of displaced person were generally high with malaria and diarrhea the most prevalent and persistent. The fact that the internally displaced persons camps in Lafia were overcrowded, had poor sanitary conition, unsafe water sources, inadequate food supply could be the reasons for this, aside ignorance and beliefs of the people. The Nasarawa stat Government immunization intervention programme was substantial and commendable having a total of 24,818 idps vaccinated, however only 65.

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  • Thirty-eight women and men were trained from June 14 to July 2, 2010 in the administration of the RDHS survey instruments, anthropometric measurement, hemoglobin testing, malaria testing, and blood draw for HIV testing. Seven days of fieldwork were followed by one day of interviewer debriefing and examination. Pre-test fieldwork was conducted in 230 households in two rural and two urban villages outside of Kigali. The majority of pretest participants attended the main training and served as field editors and team leaders for the main survey.

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  • In clinical practice, doctors personally assess patients in order to diagnose, treat, and prevent disease using clinical judgment. The doctor-patient relationship typically begins an interaction with an examination of the patient's medical history and medical record, followed a medical interview[4] and a physical examination. Basic diagnostic medical devices (e.g. stethoscope, tongue depressor) are typically used. After examination for signs and interviewing for symptoms, the doctor may order medical tests (e.g.

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  • Given a data set about an individual or group (e.g., interviewer ratings, life history or demographic facts, test results, self-descriptions), there are two modes of data combination for a predictive or diagnostic purpose. The clinical method relies on human judgment that is based on informal contemplation and, sometimes, discussion with others (e.g., case conferences). The mechanical method involves a formal, algorithmic, objective procedure (e.g., equation) to reach the decision.

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