The Self-Injury Questionnaire: evaluation of the psychometric properties in a clinical population.

@article{Mina2006TheSQ,
  title={The Self-Injury Questionnaire: evaluation of the psychometric properties in a clinical population.},
  author={Elaine E Santa Mina and Ruth Gallop and Paul S. Links and Ronald Heslegrave and Derrick Pringle and Christine Marie-antoinette Wekerle and Penny Grewal},
  journal={Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing},
  year={2006},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={
          221-7
        }
}
This paper presents the findings, from a clinical study, on the reliability and validity of a new measure for intentions in self-harm behaviour, the Self-Injury Questionnaire (SIQ). Eighty-three patients, who had presented to an emergency department with an episode of self-harm/suicidal behaviour, were given the SIQ as part of a battery of measures to evaluate differentiation in self-harm intentions based upon a history of childhood physical and/or sexual abuse. The internal consistency for the… CONTINUE READING
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