clinical assessment

clinical assessment

an evaluation of a patient's physical condition and prognosis based on information gathered from physical and laboratory examinations and the patient's medical history.
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The clinical assessment of children and adolescents; a practitioner's handbook.
When one or both of the residents have cognitive impairments, staff involvement increases: "They are basically making a clinical assessment about consent, mutuality, and the safety and wellbeing of the couple," says Dessel.
As a charter member of the Association of Test Publishers, Riverside serves both the K-12 educational assessment market and the clinical assessment market with print, CD-ROM and online assessment tools.
NHS North Manchester Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) seek to commission a high quality innovative, comprehensive and efficient Dermatology Clinical Assessment and Treatment Service (CATS), delivered by multidisciplinary team comprising GPs with Specialist Interest (GPwSIs), specialist nurses and consultants.
Archer (psychiatry and behavioral sciences, Eastern Virginia Medical School) presents a text that attempts to summarize the research on the use of psychological clinical assessment tools in forensic settings.
CMS is focusing this year on accuracy of the Minimum Data Set (MDS), the central document for clinical assessment and, under PPS, reimbursement.
The process starts with an in-depth clinical assessment to help each patient can gain a better understanding of their age-related health risks, after which they work closely with their physician to collaboratively set therapeutic regimens that meet their personal health goals.
BodyMedia develops these products, multi-sensor data models, and software applications for a wide range of clinical and commercial markets including clinical assessment, weight management, pharmaceutical research, diabetes management, assisted living, and corporate wellness.
Contract notice: nhs bassetlaw - ophthalmology clinical assessment and treatment service.
Thirty-two American academics and practitioners contribute 20 chapters offering healthcare professionals, nurses, social workers, and researchers an array of instruments, questionnaires, and concepts for use in designing clinical assessment procedures for primary care settings.
The second group was evaluated with traditional clinical assessment of cardiac risk factors and electrocardiograph (ECG) results.
SRI will prepare therapeutic candidates to enter clinical assessment under an Investigational New Drug (IND) submission to the U.

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