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Questions For Interviewing A Nanny
Is there a good forum or website for med school students to ask questions if one is shy during clerkship?
Be more assertive: If you have questions...you need to ask. Not only is this important because your building a medical database that will help you break down medical problems presented to you in the future..but I'm sure your classmates have the same questions as you do. In addition, try to begin to rely on yourself..learn where to get the knowledge you seek independently. ...Read more
At best a screening: Think about it. If you do, you'll see how unreliable it would be. Even with validated psychometric tests, experts differ often. Dx is seen by serious professionals is one of the greatest challenges. That said, once an experienced, well-trained pro does their 'thing' - they usually do have a good idea about the problems and best treatments. ...Read more
Question?: What exactly is your question. I'd be happy to be interviewed but this is not the correct portion of Health Tap for that. ...Read more
I have a question about in-home caregiving for a family member. Should I pay myself if power of attorney for her?
Consult elder lawyer: I strongly recommended to consult a certified elder attorney. This way would allow to avoid legal issues involving financial mismanagement and medicaid fraud. ...Read more
No a question: happy christmas and happy new year to everyone who is working and busy answering questions today!
Need info : what is the question ? Be happy to try ...Read more
Seek evaluation: If the child has not had a good psychiatric/psychological evaluation and therapy efforts, then consider pursuing these. The child may have a treatable condition. Mental health personnel in your area may inform you of resources available to assist you and the child. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Know Your Limts: Anyone providing support and care for a parent needs to be aware of his/her own limitations. These may include other responsibilities, time, energy, expertise, and one's own health. Remember, you can only provide good care and support if you are maintaining your own health. ...Read more
Would like resources in understanding how being abused for a year by a teacher shaped my adult personality. Looking for personal insight/per. Growth.?
Break the cycle: Abusers are often survivors of abuse themselves. You cannot change what happened in the past, but you can change how you interpret what happened, and you can change your present interactions with others. You need to break the cycle of abuse, which can manifest in many ways, including your personality. Joining a support group, seeing a clinical psychologist or a psychiatrist may help. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
As a parent of a child in special education, what kinds of questions should I ask my child's doctor?
Ask for referral to : a developmental/behavioral pediatrician to understand if your child has Intellectual Disability +/- Autistic Spectrum Disorder, CP, vision/hearing impairments or Specific Learning Disorders. After a history, school MDT results, physical & neurodevelopmental exams, the DBPede may evaluate for genetic & other medical causes & refer to a child (neuro)psychologist for standardized tests. ...Read more
Too broad a question: Lots of unknowns in your question make it hard to answer: how old is the child? What is his/her age & level of functioning? Are relatives coming to your home or you to theirs? Do they already know about the diagnosis? How sensitive is the child to changes in routine & daily environment? Some need no preparation because they pay no heed to what is going on; others need relatives to "fit in.". ...Read more
I'm interested in having a 1 hour phone interview with a doctor asking a few questions about acne treatment and nutrition.
Is this possible? Thanks!
Not this site: This is the public HT site where we answer general medical questions.We do not diagnose or treat anyone for anything. The sister site HT Prime does have some docs that might work with you this way but you must sign up for that service, find a doc willing to accept you and pay for their time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A parent has provided a mental health professional a falsified document from the daycare provider? What should I do?
Falsified document?: I'm not sure what kind of "falsified document" you mean. Also you haven't mentioned your relationship to the person the document is about. If you're concerned about the safety of a minor, though, you can report it to child protective services in your area. If you're the other parent of the child in question, you can also advise the mental health professional of your concerns. ...Read more
States vary: The laws in states vary as to what age teens can access health care without parental consent. You might start by asking your guidance counselor at school to help you find out what is ok in your state. Many states allow those older than 12 to get evaluated. I would encourage you to talk to a parent though. I suspect they really do care about you. If not possible because of abuse or fear, go to er. ...Read more
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