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BDI - FastScreen for Medical Patients

BDI

Quickly screen for depression in adolescents and adults with the new BDI® – FastScreen for Medical Patients. A new version of the Beck Depression Inventory®–II designed specifically for medical patients. BDI® – FastScreen is a reliable 7-item self-report instrument useful for case-finding.

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  • Kits

    Starter & complete kits, print & digital

    1 option

    from 182,20 $
  • Test forms & reports

    Booklets, record forms, answer sheets, report usages & subscriptions

    1 option

    from 96,65 $
  • Support materials

    Manuals, stimulus books, replacement items & other materials

    1 option

    from 135,85 $
  • All products

    All tests & materials offered for BDI

    3 options

    from 96,65 $
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  • BDI-Fastscreen For Medical Patients Complete Kit (Print)
    0158019415 Qualification Level B

    Includes Manual (Print) and pad of 50 Record Forms (Print)

    In stock 182,20 $

    1-4 182,20 $
    5-9 173,09 $
    10-24 163,98 $
    25-50 154,87 $
    51+ 145,76 $
    Savings are estimated
  • BDI-Fastscreen Response Sheets Qty 50 (Print)
    0158019431 Qualification Level B

    In stock 96,65 $

    1-4 96,65 $
    5-9 91,82 $
    10-24 86,99 $
    25-50 82,15 $
    51+ 77,32 $
    Savings are estimated
  • BDI-Fastscreen For Medical Patients Manual (Print)
    0158019423 Qualification Level B

    In stock 135,85 $

    1-4 135,85 $
    5-9 129,06 $
    10-24 122,27 $
    25-50 115,47 $
    51+ 108,68 $
    Savings are estimated

Overview

Indicative qualification Level:

B

Publication date:

2000

Age range:

13 through 80 years

Completion time:

Less than 5 minutes

Product Details

Features and Benefits

  • This cost-effective, focused evaluation tool is self-administered in just a few minutes and easily scored by office staff
  • Measures the severity of depressive symptoms corresponding to the psychological, nonsomatic criteria for diagnosing major Depressive Disorders in the DSM– IV.
  • Helps quantify depression, while excluding symptoms that might be related to medical problems. (Evaluates depression in patients whose behavioral and somatic symptoms attributable to biological, medical, alcohol and/or substance abuse problems may confound diagnosis.)