Neurocognitive Disorders Training Post Test Section 4

Neurocognitive Disorders Training Post Test Section 4

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1. Completing a mental status assessment against the patient's will is legally considered assault with battery.
2. Physicians are the only healthcare practitioners that can complete a mental status change assessment with a patient.
3. An initial patient interview should take no more than one hour.
4. What are the two most common types of neurocognitive disorders?
5. List 3 of the seven cognitive parameters.
6. Describe 2 examples of executive functioning abilities.
7. Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) is the most commonly used test to assess progressive cognitive change.
8. Physical Self-Maintenance Scale (PSMS) and the Functional Activities Questionnaire (FAQ) are useful in monitoring the progression of functional decline.
9. An individual's behavioral changes are not significant when discussing neurocognitive disorders.
10. A comprehensive physical examination (neurological and cardiovascular system) completed with individuals with neurocognitive disorders never lead to finding reversible conditions.