Mild and Major Neurocognitive Disorders
Mild and Major Neurocognitive Disorders

Mild and Major Neurocognitive Disorders

by Helen Farrell, MD

Neurocognitive disorder is a general term that describes decreased mental function resulting from a medical disease other than a psychiatric illness. It is often used synonymously (but incorrectly) with dementia. Major and mild neurocognitive disorders can include childhood developmental delay, ADHD, delirium, Alzheimer disease, and Parkinson disease. Recognizing early signs of these neurocognitive disorders may allow you to counsel patients and offer treatment sooner rather than later, sparing them and their families significant stress.

Course Details

  • Videos 13
  • Duration 1:05 h
  • Quiz questions 54
  • Concept Pages 10


Your Educators of course Mild and Major Neurocognitive Disorders

 Helen Farrell, MD

Helen Farrell, MD

Dr. Helen M. Farrell is an Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School in Massachusetts, USA.
She obtained her MD from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland in 2006. Currently, she is a Harvard Medical School faculty member, and board certified Psychiatrist and Forensic Psychiatrist.
Due to her achievements, she is well published in the field of forensic psychology, and has appeared as an expert witness in court. She also delivered the TEDx Talk, “Creating Hope for Mental Health” in 2015.
Within Lecturio, Dr. Farrell teaches courses on Psychiatry.

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By Cyrus T. on 15. May 2020 for Mild and Major Neurocognitive Disorders

Dr Farrel presents the course perfectly. It’s precise and concise. Every essentials is inside. I would definitely recommend the lecture To my son who is in med school.

Smooth flow of knowledge ,systematically organized ,so I recommend other students to listen and take it
By Yasir R. on 24. March 2020 for Mild and Major Neurocognitive Disorders

An excellent lectures Will organize I highly recommend to others ,I recommend other to take this course