Rates of violence in patients classified as high risk by structured risk assessment instruments

@inproceedings{Singh2014RatesOV,
  title={Rates of violence in patients classified as high risk by structured risk assessment instruments},
  author={Jay Prakash Singh and Seena Fazel and Ralitza Gueorguieva and Alec Buchanan},
  booktitle={The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Rates of violence in persons identified as high risk by structured risk assessment instruments (SRAIs) are uncertain and frequently unreported by validation studies. AIMS To analyse the variation in rates of violence in individuals identified as high risk by SRAIs. METHOD A systematic search of databases (1995-2011) was conducted for studies on nine widely used assessment tools. Where violence rates in high-risk groups were not published, these were requested from study authors… CONTINUE READING
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