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TOPIC: Face to face report

Face to face report 1 week 4 days ago #232356

Hi on my face to face report there is a lot of abbreviations I don't understand and wondered if you could help ie .cq fh hoc fme msk io and mse?

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Face to face report 1 week 4 days ago #232370

Kenneth wrote: Hi on my face to face report there is a lot of abbreviations I don't understand and wondered if you could help ie .cq fh hoc fme msk io and mse?


CQ – Claimant Questionnaire
FE – Further Evidence
FH – Functional History
FME – Further Medical Evidence
FRR4 – Telephone contact form
HOC – History of Conditions
MSE – either Mental State Examination or MusculoSkeletal Examination or Medical Services Examination depending on context
MSK – MusculoSkeletal (probably)
MSO - Medical Services Observations
IO – Informal Observations
OPD – Overwhelming Psychological Distress
POI – Proof of Identity
SOH – Social & Occupational History

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