Self-diagnosis is not all bad
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Self-diagnosis is not all bad

Ian Hulatt @IanHulattRCN Consultant editor, Mental Health Practice

We may lament ‘cyberchondria’, but an app that lets people assess their mental health symptoms might encourage some to seek help sooner

If you have a record collection, you will know the sense of dread when your turntable starts to emit a pleasure-spoiling rumble.

Nursing Standard. 32, 9, 29-29. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.9.29.s27

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