Conclusion

After health screening, most people cope relatively well. However, for a minority of individuals, health screening can have significant adverse effects and can even be a factor in the development of psychiatric problems. More research is needed into the factors predictive of individual differences in response to testing. This would be aided by an increased use of psychological models, from which hypotheses could be generate and tested. If it was possible to identify factors predictive of subsequent adverse reactions, this would allow the development of interventions which could be focused on the person's particular needs and would also allow resources to be targeted at those who are the most vulnerable to experiencing persistent distress.

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