A person's mental health is very important at all stages of life. A mental state examination includes a person's emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It also helps to understand how a person should deal with stress, and negative thoughts, and make healthy choices.
In neurological and psychiatric practice, the mental status examination (MSE) is an important part of the clinical assessment process. to examine and describe a patient's psychological function at a specific point in time, including appearance, attitude, behavior, mood and affect, speech, thought process, thought content, perception, cognition, insight, and judgment. It is a structured way.
Purpose - obtain evidence of symptoms and signs of mental disorders that are present at the time of the interview.
This study looks at modern psychiatry from a historical perspective while also addressing clinical issues such as MSE, examination reporting, patient records, and psychopathology teaching/transmission
The course will help students gain an in-depth understanding of the course (mental state examination) and how to distinguish them taking into consideration the clusters, differential diagnosis, and comorbidity, which will all be taught in the lectures.
The course will assist students in gaining a thorough understanding of the course (mental state examination) and how to distinguish them while taking into account clusters, differential diagnosis, and comorbidity, all of which will be covered in the lectures.
Learners will also be taught effective intervention techniques, as well as management and self-help techniques, to aid in the delivery of an effective treatment plan for the client.
Students will gain knowledge and skills to effectively understand someone's mental state and related concerns and conditions, which will undoubtedly help them in their future education.
What you'll learn
- Overview of the Mental State Examination
- Mental state examination of historical knowledge
- Diagnosis differentiation, comorbidity, effective and accurate diagnosis, and case studies
- Intervention and Treatment Technique
- "Clinical Interview," objectives, process, strategies, and levels
Online Flexible Lectures for Students
Theoretical and Practical Presentation
RCI Registered Faculties
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