Mental Health Examination At A Psychiatrist?
If someone does an examination and he is diagnosed, is there a name tag (such as an additional name with an abbreviation), which makes the public know, and must be aware of that, if so, is that necessary? If you don’t label it, can it ??
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You should try to clarify your question, do you mean the disease name label to be known by patients? If what you mean is the name tag of the disease to be known to the patient, then actually it is not necessary. Patients can ask their own doctor who examined the disease he suffered (if indeed the doctor did not tell the diagnosis of the disease).
If you mean the name tag or abbreviation that will be affixed to patients diagnosed with certain mental disorders, the doctor will not do it, because basically every patient's illness is a medical secret that must be maintained. The doctor is obliged to maintain the confidentiality of the patient's illness and may not notify the surrounding community about what illnesses the patient suffers (by giving a certain label to the patient). If indeed the doctor feels the patient has a tendency to endanger themselves or those around him, the doctor will suggest treatment at the hospital.
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