psychiatric interview

psychiatric interview

Psychiatry The central vehicle for assessing a psychiatric Pt, during which there is a free exchange of information that forms the basis for therapy
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A similar-sized sample using a structured psychiatric interview (MINI-Plus) found 26% to have a depression disorder and 46% an anxiety disorder.
It also provides the core knowledge required for mastering skills such as performing a psychiatric interview and structuring a history, together with how to carry out a mental state examination, and the decisions that should be made on the relevant physical examinations and investigations.
The most important initial goal in any psychiatric interview is to establish and develop a trusting relationship with the patient.
It is important to note that patients in our study screened positive for an anxiety disorder but not all would have a full-blown anxiety disorder if they had a diagnostic psychiatric interview," said Kroenke.
The development and validation of a structured diagnostic psychiatric interview for DSM-IV and ICD-10.
Following a review of the psychiatric interview, laboratory testing and imaging studies, authors discuss the clinical features, diagnosis, etiology, and treatment of types of disorders including cognitive, substance- related, schizophrenia, mood, anxiety, somatoform, adjustment, personality, sleep, eating, and those first diagnosed in childhood.
This measure was not designed for psychiatric diagnosis but rather as a screening device, which produces results that could lead to a formal psychiatric interview to determine a diagnosis.
Forty-eight patients fulfilling CDCP criteria for CFS underwent extensive medical evaluation, routine laboratory testing, and a structured psychiatric interview.
A psychiatric assessment was performed using a semi-structured psychiatric interview for children and adolescents (K-SADS PL 1.
recounts being subjected to a psychiatric interview as a condition of applying to Harvard Medical School in the 1960s.
However, there has been no attempt to model systematically the dynamic interpersonal process by which language and ethnic diversity affect the behavior and communications of clients during the psychiatric interview and how these in turn affect the diagnostic impression of mental health clinicians.
Furthermore, patients were administered the MMPI and underwent a semistructured psychiatric interview.

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