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screening instruments


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Screening Instruments

screening instruments

screening instruments

Screening instruments for depression in elderly subjects

Psychosocial Screening Instruments for Older Cancer Patients

CUGE: A SCREENING INSTRUMENT FOR ALCOHOL ABUSE AND DEPENDENCE IN STUDENTS

Psychometrics and validation of a screening instrument for sickness absence

Validation of a Screening Instrument for Exposure to Violence in African American Children

Depression in older people in the general hospital: a systematic review of screening instruments

Re: Screening for Emotional Distress in Cancer Patients: A Systematic Review of Assessment Instruments

A COMPARISON OF ALCOHOL SCREENING INSTRUMENTS AMONG UNDER-AGED DRINKERS TREATED IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS

Screening for Emotional Distress in Cancer Patients: A Systematic Review of Assessment Instruments

Screening instruments for delirium in older people with an acute medical illness

Evaluation of a Self-Report Screening Instrument to Predict Frailty Outcomes in Aging Populations1

Response: Re: Screening for Emotional Distress in Cancer Patients: A Systematic Review of Assessment Instruments

Validation of a Screening Instrument to Identify Persons for Exclusion from Smallpox Vaccination

Leveraging six sigma instruments to optimize cancer screening in an urban community hospital

0508 Performance Characteristics of Sleep Apnea Screening Instruments in Former Professional Athletes

1040 Performance Characteristics Of Sleep Apnea Screening Instruments In Adults With Epilepsy

 

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Measuring instruments used in epidemiological studies and social surveys to screen for illness in community (non-patient) samples. The aim is to identify untreated illness; that is, illness independent of contact with a clinician. Many of the instruments use quite brief symptom checklists, often offering a general measure of health and ill-health, rather than of specific illnesses. Despite their deficiencies, measures such as the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ) are widely used in social research.

Subjects: Sociology.


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