IPOS07 - Screening for Distress in Palliative Settings [Sept 2007]
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IPOS07 - Screening for Distress in Palliative Settings [Sept 2007]

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This is an academic workshop based presentation from Sept 2007's IPOS (Psycho-oncology) Conference, London re screening techniques for distress in palliative settings

This is an academic workshop based presentation from Sept 2007's IPOS (Psycho-oncology) Conference, London re screening techniques for distress in palliative settings

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  • 1. Alex Mitchell Hon. Senior Lecturer in Psycho-oncology, Leicester Royal Infirmary alex.mitchell@leicspart.nhs.uk alex.mitchell@leicspart.nhs.uk IPOS Workshop (Sept 2007) IPOS Workshop (Sept 2007)
  • 2. 0. Basics Types of screening 1. Mood Screening Methods How do they compare? 2. Distress Thermometer Evidence? 3. Implementing Screening Ultra-screening in secondary care
  • 3. 0. Basics
  • 4. Definition Screening: Short; Easy; some false +ve (low SpS PPV), few false –ve (High Sens, NPV) Diagnosis (case-finding) Accurate, Few false +ve or –ve Rating Simple, patient rated, correl. With QoL and other outcomes => options