Rapid Review Quiz: Mental Health Comorbidities

Stephen Soreff, MD


April 22, 2022

Comorbidity between psychological conditions and other lifelong health conditions is a common problem that significantly affects patient care. The presence of mental and physical health conditions worsens each prognosis, leading to additional and more severe complications, making treatment more difficult and less efficacious. Alternatively, treating these illnesses together improves outcomes.

Do you know key clinical findings from the latest research into psychological and physical comorbidities? Make sure your knowledge is up-to-date on this important intersection with this short quiz.


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