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Assessing anxiety in palliative care patients

Assessing anxiety in palliative care patients



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1 hours


June 30, 2015


June 30, 2015

Programme Description

This article by Dr Trisha Macnair covers how assessing anxiety in palliative care patients can help to develop a treatment plan. Key learning points for healthcare professionals include understanding factors that contribute to anxiety such as fears about death, physical symptoms and practical problems, patient-led outcome measures and when to refer.

Educational Objectives

After reading this activity healthcare professionals should be better able to:
  • Understand anxiety in the context of palliative care
  • Use appropriate methods to assess patients
  • Consider how to use outcome measures to determine how well treatment is working
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    Activity author
    Dr Trisha Macnair
    United Kingdom

    Test author
    Dr Pia-Sophie Wool
    United Kingdom


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