psychosocial assessment

psychosocial assessment

an evaluation of a person's mental health, social status, and functional capacity within the community, generally conducted by psychiatric social workers.
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High-risk families can be identified with the Psychosocial Assessment Tool (PAT) (Acta Oncol.
The psychosocial assessment consisted of a clinical interview and a battery of self-report questionnaires.
In order to attain these goals, the core components of MH TCM service include, but are not limited to: psychosocial assessment to determine strengths and service needs; active identification of resources, making of referrals, and ensuring that individuals are effectively engaged with services, including housing; linkage to entitlements/benefits; linkage to behavioral health care, assistance in developing social support systems and monitoring of engagement in services.
Psychosocial assessment and treatment of bariatric surgery patients.
Aside from physical differences, psychosocial assessment will optimize cancer care.
Many of these obstacles result from the difficulties inherent in establishing psychosocial assessment, referral, and treatment programs in an environment that focuses primarily on the delivery of medical care.
The lack of psychosocial assessment and support was clearly noted by the research nurses:
Each self-referring woman received psychoeducational materials regarding perinatal depression and a comprehensive psychosocial assessment.
Following a psychosocial assessment, 520 pregnant women in their first or second trimester of pregnancy were randomized to receiving prenatal hypnosis or attention-only groups.
Longitudinal psychosocial assessment helps document changes associated with bariatric surgery and identify factors that might predict optimal mental and physical health in adolescents after surgery, she said.
These domains fit within the purview of psychosocial assessment, care planning, and care.
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