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Self-reported mood disorders – a population level indicator of anxiety or depression following stroke – Monash University

Monash research provides evidence that a single question on self-reported anxiety or depression has value as a population level indicator of anxiety or depression…

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By Vithya Premkumar
14 April 2021
Monash research provides evidence that a single question on self-reported anxiety or depression has value as a population level indicator of anxiety or depression following stroke.
Mood disorders, such as anxiety or depression, affect 1 in 2 survivors within one-year after stroke, impacting their ongoing recovery and quality of life. Unfortunately, survivors of stroke are rarely routinely screened, or assessed, for mood disorders. When survivors of stroke are included…

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