Red flags: When to refer your cancer patients to a psychologist | 4 min
Many cancer patients will experience clinically-significant psychological distress and there are a number of evidence-based interventions that psychologists can use to improve quality of life, but how do you know which patients require professional support?
In this video, Clinical Psychologist Michelle Davey outlines how to identify which patients are more likely to develop psychological distress. She also discusses the benefits of early intervention that, without support, could lead to a disruption in the delivery of treatment.
Senior Clinical Psychologist, Melanoma Institute Australia
interesting and informativeinteresting information on an area which is sometimes overlooked
Great insightVery helpful insight for the clinic.