McLean-Harvard International First-Episode Project: two-year stability of ICD-10 diagnoses in 500 first-episode psychotic disorder patients.

@article{Salvatore2011McLeanHarvardIF,
  title={McLean-Harvard International First-Episode Project: two-year stability of ICD-10 diagnoses in 500 first-episode psychotic disorder patients.},
  author={Paola Salvatore and Ross J. Baldessarini and Mauricio Tohen and Hari-Mandir Kaur Khalsa and Jes{\'u}s P{\'e}rez Sanchez-Toledo and Carlos A. Zarate and Eduard Vieta and Carlo Maggini},
  journal={The Journal of clinical psychiatry},
  year={2011},
  volume={72 2},
  pages={183-93}
}
OBJECTIVE Because clinical and biologic research and optimal clinical practice require stability of diagnoses over time, we determined stability of ICD-10 psychotic disorder diagnoses and sought predictors of diagnostic instability. METHOD Patients from the McLean-Harvard International First-Episode Project, conducted from 1989 to 2003, who were hospitalized for first psychotic illnesses (N = 500) were diagnosed by ICD-10 criteria at baseline and 24 months, on the basis of extensive… CONTINUE READING

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