Psychosocial problems in primary care : some results from the dutch national study of morbidity and interventions in general practice.
According to standardized screening instruments, mental distress is a common phenomenon among many patients who visit their general practitioner.
However, a number of patients who seem to be in need of mental help do not put forward such a demand for help, whereas other patients who express psychosocial problems to their GP are not considered to be in need, according to a standardized measure.
In this paper, a distinction has been made between the objectified needs of the patient as expressed by a standardized assessment, and the demands of the patient, expressed by the Reason for Encounter, stated during their visit at the GP.
Mots-clés Pascal : Plainte somatique, Conversion somatique, Médecin généraliste, Soin santé primaire, General Health Questionnaire Goldberg, Psychométrie, Etude cohorte, Motivation, Demande thérapeutique, Pays Bas, Europe, Homme, Détresse psychologique
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Somatic complaint, Somatic conversion, General practitioner, Primary health care, General Health Questionnaire Goldberg, Psychometrics, Cohort study, Motivation, Therapeutical request, Netherlands, Europe, Human
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