Identifying Psychiatric Patients at Risk for Repeated Involvement in Violence : The Next Step Toward Intensive Community Treatment Programs

@inproceedings{Skeem2002IdentifyingPP,
  title={Identifying Psychiatric Patients at Risk for Repeated Involvement in Violence : The Next Step Toward Intensive Community Treatment Programs},
  author={Jennifer Lynne Skeem and Edward P. Mulvey and Charles W. Lidz and William T Gardner and Carol A. Schubert},
  year={2002}
}
©2002 International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services Violence tends to be concentrated in a small subgroup of the population (Blumstein, Cohen, Roth, & Visher, 1986). This pattern applies to violence involving individuals with mental disorders as well. For example, Gardner, Mulvey, Lidz, and Shaw (1996) found that 5% of psychiatric patients followed in their community samples were involved in 45% of all reported violent incidents in the sample. More recently, Banks et al. (in… CONTINUE READING
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