HP4 Lecture 1


Which of the following is NOT a recognised advantage of responding to patient psychological issues?


According to Mayou, Sharpe & Carlson (2003), which of the following is NOT one of the common co-existing psychological issues present in 25-30% of medical patients?


Which of the following is NOT a generally recognised symptom of clinical depression?


Epilepsy patients are known to have an increased risk of psychiatric problems compared with the general population. In the context of prevalence of psychological problems in medical patients, this is an example of:


For a diagnosis of clinical depression to be made, the a state of sadness must be disruptive to daily life for at least:


Which of the following statements about psychological issues in medical patients is CORRECT?