Symptom Checklist

Symptom Checklist

SCL-90R Psychology An instrument that assess 9 domains of psychiatric Sx–anxiety, depression, hostility, interpersonal sensitivity, obsessive-compulsiveness, paranoid ideation, phobic anxiety, pychoticism, somatization
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Health staff screen every new arrival using the infra-red thermometer and symptom checklist that includes the villages of origin and where they have passed.
Different instruments also were used by prior studies to assess psychosocial dysfunction such as the Pediatric Symptom Checklist [14, 15], Child Behavior Checklist [11, 15, 16, 25], Teacher's Report Form [15, 27], Social Skills Rating System [5, 25], and other measures [9, 13, 29].
(4) Hopkins Symptom Checklist (HSCL-10): this is a ten-item questionnaire that measures psychological distress/mental health.
Multiple Sclerosis-Related Symptom Checklist (MS-RS), introduced by Gulick in 1989, is a scale that can describe all symptoms in one form, can provide a holistic approach, is easy to use, and enables patients to evaluate their own symptoms (18).
A strong case has been building in the literature for several years that newborns do better with rooming-in, instead of the traditional approach for NAS--NICU housing and opioid dosing based on a symptom checklist.
The screening tools used in the study are the PTSD Checklist, DSMIV version (PCL), and the Hopkins Symptom Checklist (HSCL-25), which contains 10 anxiety questions and 15 depression questions.
Therapy-related symptom checklist for children (TRSC-C) was developed as a symptom assessment tool in children receiving chemotherapy.
The Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children (TSCC) (20) is a 54-item self-report measure that evaluates symptoms of posttraumatic stress and related psychological symptomatology in children aged 8-16 years and standardised on a large sample of racially and economically diverse children.
Client-generated clinical outcome measures, Measure Your Own Medical Outcome Profile (MYMOP2), and diabetes symptom checklist (DSC-R), were used to assess clinical changes throughout the case.
We found significant improvements in pre to post scores on the Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children (TSCC) subscales for depression and anxiety.
(26) Anyone involved in the patient's care, including the athlete himself, may use a symptom checklist to monitor recovery.