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Book Reviews

Quick Cognitive Screening For Clinicians: Mini Mental, Clock Drawing, and Other Brief Tests

Peter V. Rabins, MD, MDH

Published: November 1, 2004

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Screening for cognitive impairment has been advocated for over 30 years but has yet to win widespread adoption by clinicians. In Quick Cognitive Screening for Clinicians, Kenneth I. Shulman and Anthony Feinstein identify some of the reasons that screening should be more widely utilized, the qualities of an ideal test, and information about choosing specific tests that meet specific needs.

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Volume: 65

Quick Links: Cognition , Neurologic and Neurocognitive

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