Risk score model yielded nearly 100 percent prediction accuracy of 13-year dementia risk

Authors say this finding may help identify patients who could benefit from screening for an eating disorder

Screening for MDD recommended for teens aged 12 to 18 years; anxiety screening recommended for children aged 8 to 18 years

Anxiety screening recommended for adults aged 64 and younger, including pregnant, postpartum persons

Depression screening increased from 40.5 percent in 2017 to 88.8 percent in 2019; increases in screening seen in all at-risk groups

Studies included in a scoping review suggest that screening for parental depression is feasible in pediatric settings

Screening for MDD recommended for teens aged 12 to 18 years; anxiety screening recommended for those aged 8 to 18 years

<p>Compared with nurse interview, self-administered screening may detect more patients at risk for depression, falls, intimate partner violence</p>

<p>Authors say tool can be universally used for screening in a community setting </p>

<p>Evidence insufficient to support a recommendation for or against screening adults, teens for eating disorders</p>