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Are One or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient to
Detect Depression in Palliative Care?

An Updated Meta-Analysis of 17 Compar...
Background
Definition

Screening    (pre-clinical patient)

  Short; Easy; Few Missed Cases


Diagnosis    (case-finding)

  Accurate...
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
IPOS08 -  Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]
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IPOS08 - Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]

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This is an academic presentation from June 2008, IPOS (Psycho-oncology) Conference, Madrid re simple screening questions for depression. It is primarily intended for clinicians and researchers working in this field. The main question addressed is can clinicians rely on one or two simple questions eg "have you lost interest in doing things" to detect people with clinical depression.

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IPOS08 - Are One Or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient To Detect Depression in Palliative Care [June 2008]

  1. 1. Are One or Two Verbal Questions Sufficient to Detect Depression in Palliative Care? An Updated Meta-Analysis of 17 Comparisons Alex Mitchell Leicester Royal Infirmary IPOS June 2008 IPOS June 2008
  2. 2. Background
  3. 3. Definition Screening (pre-clinical patient) Short; Easy; Few Missed Cases Diagnosis (case-finding) Accurate, Few false +ve or –ve Rating (monitoring) Linear, broad, patient rated?

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