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Ok, so part of a psychiatric evaluation includes what’s called the Mental Status Examination. Simply put, it contains observational information such as appearance, behavior, speech, mood, mental health symptoms (such as hallucinations, delusions, and suicidal thoughts), as well as a set of “formal” questions used to assess a person’s orientation (to self, place, and time/date), memory, concentration, fund of knowledge, ability to manipulate thoughts, and insight (knowledge of) their illness and ability to have sound judgment.
Most clinicians use the same questions in the same order (it keeps things consistent, standardized, and easier to remember).
Some clinicians have their own set of questions, however. One of my colleagues asks her patients to interpret a statement that for the life of me (and my fellow co-workers) I can’t figure out.
So, I’m putting it to you guys to see if anyone knows it.
Drumroll please (as if this long-winded intro isn’t enough of a lead in, LOL!)!
What is the SAME between and EGG and the MOON?
Yeah. Anybody know the answer to this?
I found a link that states the full moon in April is called the “egg moon” because it coincides with the days getting longer and to chickens laying more eggs.