What are the suicide risk factors?
What is Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT)?
What are the widely used structured assessment instruments?
What is considered when presenting Anxiety symptoms related to reexperiencing highly traumatic events and the PTSD symptoms persist at least 4 weeks & Acute Stress Disorder symptoms persist for less than 4 weeks?
What causes distress or interferes with daily activities and is not a normal part of aging?
How is GAD-7 administered?
What is SPAN instrument?
What form is completed to understand symptoms and history of sleep disturbances?
What is the first step in dealing with a sleep problem?
What are well-studied child self-report screening measures for anxiety exist and may be used in patients >8 years of age?
What behaviors do adolescents who bully others tend to exhibit?
What should you do when a pediatric patient screens positive for suicide risk?
What are the exploring pertinent histories listed under the sleep complaint of difficulty falling asleep?
What is TESTI-PRR?
What the self-assessment tools for Trauma?
What is Assessment?
What are the considerations to include in screening tests?
A. A 10-item screening tool developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) to assess alcohol consumption, drinking behaviors, and alcohol-related problems.
B. Suicidal behavior; Current/past psychiatric disorders; Key symptoms; Family history; Parcipitants/Stressors/Interpersonal; Change in treatment; and Access firearms.
C. Consider psychotherapy referral or RBHA clinic and medication management and Consider telephone consultation with
RBHA Psychiatrist or case transfer
D. Addiction Severity Index (ASI); Composite International Diagnostic Interview (CIDI); Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV (SCID); Alcohol Use Disorders and Associated Disabilities Interview Schedule (AUDADIS); Psychiatric Research Interview for Substance and Mental Disorders (PRISM); and Semi-Structured Assessment for Drug Dependence and Alcoholism (SSADDA).
E. Self-administered by the patient (preferred) and By interviewer in person or via telephone.
F. Excessive Anxiety
G. Sleep Assessment Form
H. A brief screening tool that asks clients to identify the trauma in their past that is most disturbing to them currently.
I. First, the Multidimensional Anxiety Scale for Children, the Screen for Child Anxiety and Related Emotional Disorders (SCARED), and the Spence Children’s Anxiety Scale (SCAS).
J. An accurate assessment of its nature, severity and causes.
K. Praise patient; Assess the patient; Interview patient & parents/gurdian together; Make a safety plan with the patient; Determine disposition; and Provide resources to all patients.
L. Defiant and delinquent behaviors, have poor school performance, be more likely to drop-out of school, and be more likely to bring weapons to school.
M. Traumatic Events Screening Inventory -Parent Report Revised
N. Habitual bedtimes (sleep onset/offset on weekdays and weekends/holidays); Time taken to sleep onset; “desired” bedtime; Duration, frequency, and severity of complaints; Inappropriate nap schedules; Family history; and Negative associations (fears, worries) with distressing sensorimotor symptoms of restless legs syndrome, nightmares.
O. A more comprehensive and individualized examination of the psychosocial needs and problems identified during the initial screening, including the type and extent of mental health and substance abuse disorders, other issues associated with the disorders, and recommendations for treatment intervention.
P. Adverse Childhood Experiences Questionnaire and Trauma History Questionnaire.
Q. Tests’ reliability, validity, sensitivity, and specificity.