Amedco - Quiz

January 2018 JPGN

 
 

A   - is insufficient to address the needs of this population
B   - is the only treatment that is needed to treat youth with FAPD
C   - may be a feasible approach to improve functional outcomes in youth with FAPD
D   - is the current standard of care

A   - is not needed given that there are no concerns that the patient is a worrier.
B   - would be more useful for the parent to complete rather than the child, as parents tend to have better insight into their child’s worries than children themselves do.
C   - would be more useful for the child to complete rather than the parent, as children tend to have better insight into their own worries than their parents do.
D   - would be more useful for both parent and child to complete.

A   - Higher levels of pain and pain-related disability, and a poorer response to CBT for pain
B   - Higher levels of pain and pain-related disability, and an improved response to CBT for pain
C   - Lower pain, increased pain-related disability, and an improved response to CBT for pain
D   - Higher pain, lower pain-related disability, and a poorer response to CBT for pain

A   - CBT for pain will improve pain-related outcomes
B   - CBT for anxiety will improve pain-related outcomes.
C   - Use of web-based technologies to provide coping strategies should be avoided
D   - A CBT intervention that targets both pain symptoms and anxiety symptoms (where appropriate) may be optimal

A   - The intervention was shown to be superior to CBT for pain.
B   - A larger study is required to allow for adequate power and a comparison group
C   - The results show the intervention is superior to a waitlist control.
D   - The results show the intervention is superior to medical treatment as usual.