Psychometric Reevaluation of the Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale: Findings From a Prospective, Inpatient Cohort of Severely Mentally Ill Adults.

@article{Madan2016PsychometricRO,
  title={Psychometric Reevaluation of the Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale: Findings From a Prospective, Inpatient Cohort of Severely Mentally Ill Adults.},
  author={Alok Madan and Bartley Christopher Frueh and Jon G. Allen and Thomas E. Ellis and Katrina A. Rufino and John M. Oldham and J. Fowler},
  journal={The Journal of clinical psychiatry},
  year={2016},
  volume={77 7},
  pages={
          e867-73
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Accurate prediction of suicide remains elusive due to lack of predictive measures. Given the Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale's (C-SSRS) emerging "gold-standard" status for risk assessment, studies are needed to assess its psychometric properties, particularly predictive validity. The current study adds to the limited literature by assessing the C-SSRS's internal consistency, factor structure, concurrent validity, and predictive validity. METHODS In this longitudinal study of… CONTINUE READING
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