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Factors affecting the detection of psychiatric morbidity by general practitioners

Susan M. Odell

Factors affecting the detection of psychiatric morbidity by general practitioners

by Susan M. Odell

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Med.Sc.) - University of Birmingham, Department of Public Health and Epidemiology.

Statementby Susan M. Odell.
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Evidence for the efficacy of behavioral approaches to the treatment and management of physical illness is mounting, as is the evidence for behavioral interventions for psychologic. Most of the specialist medical and psychiatric terms used in this book are defined and explained in the text. Those not so defined are included below, together with others added for convenience of reference. Royal College of General Practitioners. Guthrie, E., Creed, Factors affecting estimates of the prevalence of asthma and wheezing.

Jan 27,  · To (1) gain an understanding of current trajectories of Aboriginal young people through the mental health care system in Australia; (2) summarize what mental health care pathways have been developed or evaluated to guide mental health care delivery for Aboriginal young people; and (3) identify barriers and facilitators to the adoption of effective mental health care pathways for Aboriginal Cited by: 5. The detection of psychiatric illness by questionnaire;: A technique for the identification and assessment of non-psychotic psychiatric illness, (Maudsley monographs) [David P Goldberg] on sonmezlerpipeprofile.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Maudsley MonographCited by:

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Factors affecting the detection of psychiatric morbidity by general practitioners by Susan M. Odell Download PDF EPUB FB2

The aim of this study was to analyze which clinical and sociodemographic characteristics of patients with psychiatric morbidity are related to general practitioners' (GPs) diagnosis of mental illness.

Introduction. Psychiatric disorders are highly prevalent in the community. The 1-year prevalence rates of any psychiatric disorder, measured among more than 60, community-dwelling adults between and in 14 countries, varied between % and %, with a % rate for the sonmezlerpipeprofile.comheless, the rates of psychiatric disorders diagnosed in general practice are sonmezlerpipeprofile.com by: The reactions of a random sample of 72 Oxfordshire general practitioners to case vignettes illustrating psychosocial and physical presentations were assessed with a set of attitude rating scales.

This study of psychiatric illness among patients attending 91 general practitioners compares 2 methods of case identification: 'conspicuous morbidity' by the doctor's own assessments, and 'probable prevalence' by the patients' responses to the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ).Cited by: Aug 01,  · To establish factors that determine the detection of psychological problems by GPs, a multivariate logistic regression model was applied including the following factors: sex of the adolescent, age of the adolescent, history of mental health problems in the family, whether accompanied or not, social problems in the family, mental health problems Cited by: Patients with a psychiatric disorder in general practice: determinants of general practitioners’ psychological diagnosis Peter F.M.

Verhaak4, Francois G. Schellevis, Jasper Nuijen, Anita C. Volkers Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research, P.O. BoxBN Utrecht, The Netherlands Received 29 June ; accepted 9 November Journal of Psychosomatic Research, Vol.

25, No. 3, pp./81/ $/0 Printed in Great Britain. Pergamon Press Ltd. THE LONG-TERM OUTCOME OF PSYCHIATRIC MORBIDITY DETECTED IN GENERAL MEDICAL PATIENTS KEITH HAWTON* (Received 21 November ; accepted in revised form 10 March ) Abstract-Psychiatric disorder Cited by: Jun 18,  · Screening for psychiatric disorders in primary care can improve the detection rate and helps in preventing grave consequences of unrecognised and untreated psychiatric morbidity.

This is relevant to the Malaysian setting where mental health care is now also being provided at primary care level. The aim of this paper is to report the prevalence of psychiatric illness in a semi-urban primary Cited by: Assessment of an original cohort of psychiatrically ill patients after three years, by means of a postal questionnaire and by questioning the practitioners concerned about the clinical state of each patient, identified 71 who either (a) had not consulted their doctors for six months or longer, or (b) had been regarded as psychiatrically Cited by: 6.

Eastwood, M. Psychiatric morbidity and physical state in a general practice population. In Psychiatric Epidemiology (ed.

Hare, E. and Wing, J. K.) Oxford University Press for the Nuffield Provincial Hospital Trust Google ScholarCited by: 1. Jun 19,  · Research on length of stay (LOS) of psychiatric inpatients is an under-investigated issue.

In this naturalistic study factors which affect LOS of two groups of patients were investigated, focusing on the impact on LOS of medical comorbidity severe enough to require referral.

Active medical comorbidity was quantified using referral as the criterion. The study sample consisted of inpatients Cited by: Read chapter 3 Psychiatric and Psychological Factors: Every year, about 30, people die by suicide in the U.S., and somereceive emergency treat.

While the importance of this link in the etiopathogenesis of mental illness is rarely recognized, these focal and systemic infections are very common and their psychiatric effects often severe. (Parasites are the most common causes of mortality and morbidity in the world.).

doctors to make accurate ratings of psychiatric disturbance and b) to evaluate the use of a case-finding questionnaire in the detection of psychiatric morbidity. The estudy took place in three primary care clinics in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, during a six-month survey.

Jul 14,  · In most of Whitaker’s book, his main point isn’t about increased “prevalence” of mental illness at all. It’s much more about the evidence that there is increased CHRONICITY of mental illness.

So if you want to explore factors influencing “prevalence”, I worry that might be just side-stepping the more important point. Jan 14,  · The possibility that a significant proportion of the patients attending a general health facility may have a mental disorder means that psychiatric conditions must be recognised and managed appropriately.

This study sought to determine the prevalence of common psychiatric disorders in adult (aged 18 years and over) inpatients and outpatients seen in public, private and faith-based general Cited by: The AI-SUPERPFP lay interview was a comprehensive interview that included not only assessments of psychiatric disorder but also an extensive health services section.

Other health status assessments were included (e.g., chronic health problems, functional status (SF),1, 2. Jun 01,  · Introduction. Depression is a highly prevalent condition affecting approximately million people worldwide (World Health Organization, ).Around 76% of people seeking help for depression will present to their general practitioner (GP) (Parslow and Jorm, ).Given that most GPs do not use standardised psychiatric instruments to assess depression in their patients (Baik et al., Psychological Factors Affecting Other Medical Conditions - Etiology, pathophysiology, symptoms, signs, diagnosis & prognosis from the Merck Manuals - Medical Professional Version.

Apr 12,  · Among senior UK physicians, 29% were considered likely cases of anxiety (HAD-A) and 11% of general practitioners considered likely cases of depression (HAD-D). In an Italian study of hospital physicians and general practitioners, the prevalence of psychiatric morbidity was found to be % (GHQ).Cited by:.

Early detection and management of a mental disorder implies the availability of a thorough description of the prodromal manifestations of the disorder, the existence of assessment and screening instruments with a satisfactory sensitivity and specificity, the feasibility of screening programmes in the general population or in vulnerable groups.Recently, concern has increased globally over farmers’ mental health issues.

We present a systematic review of the outcomes, locations, study designs, and methods of current studies on farmers’ mental health. In particular, this review aims to fill an important gap in understanding of the potential key risk factors affecting farmers’ mental health around the world.

articles on Author: Sahar Daghagh Yazd, Sarah Ann Wheeler, Alec Zuo.Risk factors can identify the root issues that are contributing to a person's mental health disorder.

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