Psychosis Assessment Tools, Tests & Checklists

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Australian Clinical Guidelines for Early Psychosis

Assessment Management Continuing care For clients For family and friends

In practice, GPs rarely make a diagnosis of psychosis in isolation from specialist services. GPs have a role in eliciting and recognising early clinical features of psychotic disorders, deciding on the need to refer to specialist service or clinician (e.g. CAMHS, or early psychosis services), and subsequently to be involved in follow-up of the patient’s management, support and psychoeducation for family and friends, monitoring of engagement with services, treatment and metabolic screening.

Read about a young person's experience of psychosis.


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