Anxiety disorders include generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and social or school anxiety disorder, among other types.1 According to an analysis in 2019, anxiety disproportionately affects women, with an age-standardized prevalence of 4694.7 per 100 000 people, 1.64 times the prevalence among men.2 Brief anxiety screening may identify individuals who could benefit from further evaluation and management; however, there have been no evidence-based clinical guidelines for anxiety screening.
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